Category Archives: Monthly Market Update

February 2019 Las Vegas Area Market Update

The Las Vegas area real estate market showed signs of warming after the holiday doldrums. The number of homes that sold increased from 4,448 in January to 4,667 in February, while the average sale price increased from $281,599 to $284,502 during the same time frame. Las Vegas still offers a great real estate market, but […]



January 2019 Las Vegas Area Market Update

Las Vegas area residential real estate ended on a slow note in January in a continuation of the holiday slowdown (which is pretty par for the proverbial course.) The average sale price was $281,604 which is down about $1700 from December but a healthy jump from the $255,532 of January 2018.  Similarly, the number of […]



2018 Las Vegas Area Real Estate In Review

The 2018 Las Vegas real estate market ended on a positive note for sellers. The average sale price of $284,379 held pretty stable through the traditionally quiet holiday season. Compared to previous years, 2018 has demonstrated that our real estate market has reached stability, but definitely favors sellers. The number of sales per year has […]







Las Vegas Real Estate Market Update June 2018

The second quarter ended predictably for Las Vegas area real estate. We saw an increase from January and the holiday doldrum that continued through April. The beginning of summer 2018 saw the very predictable downtick but sales have increased as the season moves forward, just as we would expect. Although April 2018 had more sales […]



March 2018 Las Vegas Market Update

Las Vegas area real estate ended  March on a high note. The total number of homes sold shot up an incredible 1504 units, from 4972 in February to 6476 last month. The average sale price edged up modestly, from $288,218 to $288,431. March saw a rather dramatic decrease in the number of active listings; 9992 […]



November 2017 Las Vegas Market Update

November Las Vegas area real estate showed signs of the seasonal cooling we see every holiday season.  Although the market is following a predictable seasonal slow-down when compared to the rest of 2017, when we compare the market to previous years, we are seeing strong signs of sustainable growth. Number of homes sold November 2015; […]