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Stacy Sheeley

Kitchen Trends 2022

Stark white everything is out.  The hottest trends and top design features that Buyers are looking for most.  The color white is no longer a staple and quartz is the most desired countertop. Cabinets go dark Moody hues like matte black, navy, forest and olive green dominate in shaker style or unadorned flat style.  They give space for the homeowner to express their unique taste.  Warm, earthy tones of the 70s are back in style.  Behr Color Trends 2022 Invite nature in with natural woods Wood tones are coming back, however, the natural wood and not your Grandma’s honey oak

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Stacy Sheeley

The Scoop With Stacy

  Friends, Family & Clients, I’m excited to bring you my personally curated monthly newsletter with a local business spotlight, community outreach, and events or things to do. With over 20 years of real estate experience in Las Vegas and my passion for the community, I wanted to bring everything together in one place.  I hope you’ll consider getting involved and shopping locally. As always, I am here for you, Stacy ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Local Business Spotlight Meraki Greek Grill – fresh and authentic Greek and Mediterranean food.  Whether you eat in or take out, this place is excellent.  With so many

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The Real Estate Market Report

May 2022 – Market Report Median Home Price $482,000 +25.2% from May 2021 Homes Sold 2,907  -8.8%  from May 2021 Homes Without Offers 3,570  +75.8%  from May 2021 Homes Sold Within 30 Days 88.6%  +1.7%  from May 2021 ______________________________________________________________________________________ What does this mean for you? Even as local home prices continue to set records, a report released Tuesday by Las Vegas REALTORS® (LVR) suggests the hot housing market may be starting to shift. “The slowdown in sales and increase in our housing supply are signs that things may be starting to calm down a bit,” LVR President said. “Even though prices

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Stacy Sheeley

Design Update: Desert Modern

What is Desert Modern? I believe that Desert Modern design is a nod to mid-century modern with clean lines, simplicity and bringing the outdoors in with textures, stone, wood, fibers and plants.  It lends itself to the 50’s and 60’s retro look but with the earthy vibe and colors of the 70’s.  Lots of natural elements take stage here. This architectural movement began with Frank Lloyd Wright – Architect, Designer, Writer and Educator.  Originally from the mid-west, his first studio was in Oak Park, Illinois (a Chicago suburb).  He built around 1000 structures in his career and retired to Arizona. 

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Featured Listing

7580 Prancing Pony Ct. Las Vegas, NV 89131 A semi-custom estate on almost ½ acre (.43) with breath taking mountain views, an inviting pool and a feeling of being in the peaceful country. Imagine a sprawling one-story featuring a living room with wet bar and a formal dining room that open to a study/office. Also, a spacious family room, kitchen with island, countertop bar and breakfast room. The backyard has a huge, covered patio with multiple entertaining areas, pool, a play area, bbq, paved RV parking & plenty of room for anything else your heart desires. The primary bedroom suite

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Stacy Sheeley

My Palm Springs Trip

My very good friends Kendall and Marco embarked on a new life in Palm Springs, California and invited me to join them as they awaited the finishing touches on their new home.  I’ve always loved Palm Springs but this trip was special. We decided to take an architectural tour of some private homes and wow was that cool!  I learned a lot about mid-century design.  Most particularly fascinating was why the windows are so small and what seems odd places compared to modern designs.  Here are some photos from three homes we toured. Two homes were very bright and artsy

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Stacy Sheeley

Open House Tour

Look no further, this home has it all! 7580 Prancing Pony Ct.  Las Vegas, NV 89131 Saturday Only – May 28th from 11am – 2pm A semi-custom estate on almost ½ acre (.43) with breath taking mountain views, an inviting pool and a feeling of being in the peaceful country. Imagine a sprawling one-story featuring a living room with wet bar and a formal dining room that open to a study/office. Also, a spacious family room, kitchen with island, countertop bar and breakfast room. The backyard has a huge, covered patio with multiple entertaining areas, pool, a play area, bbq,

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Stacy Sheeley

5 New Ways to Make Your Listing Stand Out

For many people, homes are no longer just a place to live — they’ve become our offices, our new favorite restaurants, our gyms and more. So, when you’re listing a home, it’s important to demonstrate how the space can be used in new ways. Here are five ideas to help buyers realize the full potential of your property: 1. Take it outside Whether it’s a porch, yard or patio, buyers are looking for a place to get away from the indoors. A big selling feature of some of the new home construction is the indoor/outdoor living that seamlessly goes from

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Stacy Sheeley

8 Signs of a Good Agent Worth Selling Your Home

Not all real estate agents are equal. An analysis of 27 million transactions reveals that the top 5% of real estate agents sell homes for 10% more than the average agent.  That means that working with a subpar agent could lose you up to $25,000 on a $250,000 home deal — a considerable loss. With over 14,000 Agents in Las Vegas, there is no shortage to choose from.  But how do you know if a real estate agent is a top producer or an average Joe? Here are eight signs of a good real estate agent who can carry you

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Stacy Sheeley

Is Listing Your Home During Holiday Season a Good Idea?

If you’re on the fence about listing your home for sale during this holiday season, don’t be. It’s a strong seller’s market. Key Points *Sellers often wait to list until spring. But this year isn’t like others. *Homeowners who want or need to sell during the 2021 holiday season probably won’t have too much competition. *Historically low interest rates have fueled the increase in buyer demand for homes. But rates are expected to rise in 2022. The holiday season is typically not peak listing time for real estate. But the current situation, namely a super-low supply of homes coupled with

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