If you’re considering putting your Las Vegas home on the market, it’s important to know how to determine its worth. When others look at your property, whether they are private potential-buyers or companies such as Sightline Acquisition with Kirk Sanford, the asking price will make a large difference in their thought process.
Despite what you might think, here are a number of items that you shouldn’t factor into the asking price. What you paid for the home and what you put into it for remodeling or redecorating aren’t pertinent to the asking price now. How much you need to purchase your next home is irrelevant as is what you, your realtor or your appraiser says the home is worth.
Now, there are certainly a number of key items that do determine what your asking price should be. These include the location of the home, major improvements you’ve made to it such as adding a pool, having covered patios, etc. Check on recent comparable sales in the last six months in your area – these definitely matter. The current competition matters as well. If you ask a great deal more than your neighbor is asking for a somewhat comparable home, no one is going to take you seriously.
One new, hip living arrangement that has recently come to Las Vegas it the loft. Certainly, for potential home buyers or investors like Sightline Acquisition with Kirk Sanford, the new loft craze is a great new venture in the Las Vegas market.
At the moment, there are about 20 different Las Vegas lofts available. Most of these lofts are located just off of the Las Vegas strip or in downtown Las Vegas. Even Henderson is now offering some loft living opportunities. Near the Las Vegas strip, there are a number of new loft choices. The Metropolis overlooks the Wynn Las Vegas Golf Course and it will be the county’s first high-rise condo project to offer loft-style floor plans.
Other loft locations to watch for include the Soho Lofts, the Loft 5, the Luxe Lofts and many more.