Real Estate Is Looking Up For 2015

Last month I blogged about 5 Predictions For The US Housing Market in 2015, which painted a rosy picture for this year. I just read a fascinating blog entry by Sam Khater, Deputy Chief Economist for real estate data collection giant, CoreLogic. Khater points out that real estate has returned to a level where “normal” […]

New Grocery Stores Coming to Las Vegas!!

A a native Pacific Northwesterner, I was thrilled to find out that a great grocery store headquartered in Washington State will be moving into seven locations in Las Vegas.  Haggen is a grocery that started in Bellingham, WA (near the Canadian border) and grew into a chain with locations in Washington and Oregon.  Haggen is […]

Senior Home Sharing Programs

As many of you know, the LasVegasHomeSpecialist team tries to reconnect with all our clients in December.  It’s a wonderful time to catch up and see if we may be of additional service.  I’ve been reading about senior sharing programs this year and, during my visits, I came to realize that information about these programs […]

Who’s Moving to Las Vegas?

The Review Journal did a special article on January 6, 2015 about who is moving to Las Vegas.  Citing a study by United Van Lines, Nevada is the sixth most popular state for people who are relocating.  The data from the study shows that 57 percent of moves are into Nevada, which 43 percent of […]

2014 Holiday Events in Las Vegas

11/13-1/1  Ethel M. Chocolates Factory and Cactus Garden: 1 Sunset Way, Henderson.  Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Cactus Garden Lighting at Ethel M.  The huge Ethel M’s cactus garden out front features a spectacular display of more than half a million holiday light, chocolate houses and sculptures and demonstrations of Ethel M. Chocolate creations.  […]

Haunted Harvest Festival 2014


I was lucky enough to be able to participate once again in this year’s Haunted Harvest Festival.  This is an annual event that is put on by our local Joining Forces Committee members of which I am a part of.  The Joining Forces Committee is a group of local businesses that are geared towards helping […]

Favorite Holiday Memories

Lisa I’m going way back for this memory and it isn’t really mine, but my mother’s. We were a blended family with Mom being Jewish, Dad being undecided and me trying it all out. One year as a small child when I was lighting the menorah, I decided I needed to say something which was […]