Category Archives: FAQ


Other types of insurance coverage focus on possible future events and charge an annual premium – such as flood insurance or hazard insurance that safeguard against loss from wind damage. Title insurance protects against loss from hazards and defects already … Continue reading

Lenders Appeal Court Decision Allowing HOAs to Extinguish Mortgages

This is something that has always baffled me, and despite all the back and forth of the Judicial court system, we still don’t have a clear answer on what HOAs can and cannot do when it comes to foreclosing for … Continue reading


Following the recession years, I am continually asked this question: “I have defaulted on my previous home loan. How long do I need to wait to get a new loan?”. Well, a simple question does not necessarily mean I have … Continue reading

You asked me “how much is my home worth?”

How to face reality when pricing your home. The great debate and the most asked question in real estate: “how much is my home worth?”. Well, it depends from who you ask. Whenever I meet a client who thinks about selling … Continue reading

“How’s the Market Doing?”

This is a question we are asked often. Historically the market here in Las Vegas has been fairly volatile with major swings in both price and inventory levels but the good news is that the market is stabilizing. According to … Continue reading

Buying a Home – Here’s What You Need to Know

There are several key steps to buying a home, and you can count on us to be by your side throughout the entire process. Here are some things to keep in mind when thinking about purchasing a home. Why should … Continue reading

Selling A Home

When is a good time to sell? The short answer is…when it’s a good time for you. There are definitely home-buying seasons here in Las Vegas but a “seller’s market” may not line up perfectly with your schedule. You can … Continue reading

Choosing An Agent

More often than not, people choose an agent based the recommendations of well-meaning family members, friends or co-workers. There is a huge difference between finding an agent and finding the RIGHT agent. When faced with the most important financial decision … Continue reading