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Stacy Sheeley

Thinking About Moving to Las Vegas?

If you’re considering moving to Las Vegas there is so much more to this wonderful city than The Strip.  Discover everything it has to offer. Las Vegas is currently home to approximately 2.1 million residents and growing every minute.   With the low cost of living, housing and no state income tax, it makes Southern Nevada a real winner.  Currently, City Officials are busy planning and attracting new industries and jobs.  We recently added Amazon, Google, Barclay Bank, two new sports teams, and they are working to attract the tech companies.  The influx of residents are coming from California, Florida, Arizona,

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Stacy Sheeley

Discover What Las Vegas Has to Offer

The 10 Things You Should Know About Las Vegas Set on the edge of the Spring Mountain range and part of the Mojave Desert, Las Vegas is best known for The Strip – oh but its so much more!   Las Vegas has a very colorful past, read on to learn about our sparkling city. The Name -Las Vegas was given to the city in 1821 by Rafael Rivera, a member of the Antonio Armijo trading party that was traveling to Los Angeles, and stopped for water there on the Old Spanish Trail from New Mexico. At that time, several parts

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Stacy Sheeley

Curb Appeal Tips to Attract More Buyers and More Offers

When preparing your home to sell, a key element is the curb appeal since it will be your potential buyer’s first impression.  Remember, a buyer forms an attitude about your house within 15 seconds.  Many people also drive by homes prior to asking their Realtor to show it to them.   Greet Buyers with dynamic curb appeal! An Inviting Front Walk When a potential buyer is standing at the front of your home while the agent is accessing the key, there is plenty of time for the buyer to assess how clean and welcoming it is.  A well manicured front entry

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Stacy Sheeley

Why Remodel Your Kitchen in White

The Future-Proof Kitchen.  The median price of remodeling a kitchen is $60,000.  So how do you make sure the changes you make won’t look dated in a few years? Stick With White White has remained the top choice of the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s annual survey for years.  It’s a bright color that reflects light and makes even small kitchens feel large.  It also evokes a clean feeling.  “White” can be anything from ivory, off-white, bright white, to cream.  It’s my personal favorite and I see this look almost exclusively in brand new, high-end, custom homes. Choose Shaker-Style Cabinets

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Stacy Sheeley

2019 Interior Design Trends

Here’s what you can expect to see from Interior Designers in 2019 Natural Wood Crisp and clean white kitchens have been the trend over the last several years, but they’re slowly giving way to a more natural look. Natural, light wood surfaces give kitchens a more relaxed feel.  And if you like Scandinavian interiors, you’re in luck.  Natural wood will take a cultural cue from them. Curves Instead of straight lines and angular pieces, curves will grace many of 2019’s furniture pieces, giving them a rounder, softer shape. But this doesn’t go for just comfy love seats, armchairs, and sofas.

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Stacy Sheeley

Easy Updates to Increase the Value of Your Home

Are you thinking of remodeling or preparing your home to sell?  Here are some easy things you can do to increase the value without a major renovation. Change Your Hardware Door knobs and cabinet hardware are an often overlooked item during renovations.  A modern look is brushed nickel and a more old world look is oiled bronze.  Build.com has a vast array of very inexpensive door handles, cabinetry hardware, kitchen and bathroom fixtures.  If looking for high-end, Restoration Hardware Crate & Barrel, and Pottery Barn have nice selections but you can likely find the same thing by searching the internet.

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Stacy Sheeley

10 Reasons Why Your Home Isn’t Selling

When you first put your home on the market, you might be hopeful for a quick sale with lots of offers.  While you shouldn’t panic if it doesn’t sell the moment you list it, you should worry if months have passed and there aren’t any realistic offers.  If this is the case, here are 10 reasons why it may not be selling: 1.       You overvalued your property.  If your house is overpriced, its simply not going to sell.  Compare your property to other similar homes that have sold within the last 120 days to get a better idea of its

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Stacy Sheeley

A Modern Vision

The move towards Mid-Century modern is picking up in Las Vegas.  The new “Vegas Modern” is everywhere from new home builders to the old Deco neighborhoods on the east side are being resurrected and modernized. The design movements of the first half of the 20th century still continue to have an enormous impact on the furniture that is designed today. Some of the “modern” furniture of the 1950s fits the 21st-century ideas of modernity. Windows It’s easy to pick out a midcentury modern home. They make a bold statement with their large glass windows and a squarish design. Kitchen A

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Stacy Sheeley

Color Trends for 2019

This year I’ve chosen to highlight Benjamin Moore Paints Top Color Trends for 2019.  Here are some of my favorites: It doesn’t seem as though gray is going away any time soon.  A medium shade wins the Color of the Year award again this year.  The favorite goes to Metropolitan – a stylish gray with cool undertones that reflects the modern sophistication of the 21st century. Metropolitan Color Sample My other favorites from Benjamin Moore colors for 2019 include: Head Over Heels – a blush, nude pink.  It reminds me of my favorite Valentino pumps. Hale Navy – A dark,

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Stacy Sheeley

Complimentary Staging Assistance

Providing An Effective Plan to Prepare Your Home for Sale As part of our effective plan to sell your home, we are offering our professional Staging, Design & Space Planning services when listing your home with us.  Staging is the art of styling a house to appeal to the demographic most likely to purchase it.  We will help you to rearrange, add/move furniture, declutter and accessorize.   We use market data to consider the demographic of your neighborhood and appeal to that Buyer.  Visit our Seller’s Guide for more information. For sellers, I’m usually able to recommend relatively minor changes that

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