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Summerlin – A Great Place to Have a Dog

There are so many reasons that Summerlin is the place to be if you own a dog! Summerlin in western Las Vegas, Nevada has a strong sense of community and part of which includes pets!  There are numerous parks, trails, restaurants and activities that allow for you to bring your dog.  Discover why its the place to be when you own a dog! The Trails The trail system, which links villages, neighborhoods and parks, is currently 150 miles in length and will eventually be more than 200 miles long upon completion.  There are four kinds of trails: street-side, village, regional

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Active Adult Living
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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summerlin golf
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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curb appeal
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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white kitchen
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

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

Move to Las Vegas – Your Las Vegas Real Estate Guide

Are you thinking about a move to Las Vegas and not sure where to start? The latest news is that over 4-1/2 people are moving to Las Vegas per minute!  Let us be your real estate guide. Stacy Sheeley Homes has been helping Buyers and Sellers in Las Vegas, Henderson and Summerlin for over 17 years.  We are ranked in the top 8% of all Realtors in Nevada, sold well over $100 million in homes, and selling real estate since 2002.  Our expertise is unsurpassed and we treat every client, regardless of the price or type of home, like they

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Stacy Sheeley

Guide to Buying Your First Home

Buying a home can be daunting and maybe you aren’t sure where to start.  We aim to simplify the process of buying a home and show house hunters that this does not need to be a stressful decision.  We are here to walk you through the home buying process and show you how easy it can be. What We Do For You, the Buyer Stacy Sheeley Homes commits to helping home buyers through active communication, knowledge, experience and negotiation tactics.   With more than 16 years experience and hundreds of successful buyer transactions, we aim to provide our clients with an

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Stacy Sheeley

Does Your Home Have Curb Appeal?

When preparing your home to sell – you need curb appeal!  Here are some tips to help you get ready! To have great Curb Appeal, you must look at your home through “buyer’s eyes.” Buyer’s eyes give you a realistic view of your home, enabling you to ask questions such as, Is this what Buyers want to see?  Does your home make a strong impact and encourage a sale, or prematurely have people cross it off their list? As you probably guessed, the exterior of your home is the first impression people get when pulling up.  What is your first

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