Housing inventory in Las Vegas, which is typically highest in the spring/summer and lowest in the fall/winter, peaked at 29,219 in March 2009. The lowest housing inventory level seen was 19,102 in November 2012. MORE->Â http://tiny.cc/ztxznw
Las Vegas Asking Price History
The median asking price for homes in Las Vegas peaked in April 2006 at $344,900 and is now $211,125 (61.2%) lower. From a low of $118,975 in July 2011, the median asking price in Las Vegas has increased by $14,800 (12.4%).
Â Â The Housing Market is in Full Recovery Mode andÂ PRICES ARE MOVING UP!Â Add To or Start Building Your Portfolio NOW. Â Â Â You Will Never See Prices Like ThisÂ AgainÂ In Your Lifetime!
HERE IS AN INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASEÂ LOW COSTÂ RENTAL HOMES THAT ALREADY PRODUCE 20%+ ANNUAL RETURNS INÂ POSITIVE CASH FLOW!Â Again, that is a 20% ANNUAL RETURN IN POSITIVE CASH FLOWÂ
Â Â Â Â AFTER ALL OF YOUR EXPENSES ARE PAID. THESE RENTAL MACHINES ARE LOCATED IN THE BEST LAS VEGAS NEIGHBORHOODS . PROVIDING EXCELLENT TENANT DEMAND, HIGH RENTAL RATES, AND LOW BUY-IN PRICES FOR INVESTORS.
Â INCOME PRODUCING REAL ESTATE IS BEING PURCHASED BY INVESTORS AT RATES WE HAVE NEVER SEEN BEFORE. JOIN THE TRENDÂ