On the LasVegashomes.com Blog, we post content that agents can share via social media and ad campaigns to their SOI. Scroll below to see a post from our Holidays are no Holiday campaign.
When is the Best Time to Sell Your Home in Las Vegas?
The Las Vegas real estate market is normalizing to a healthier balance between buyers and sellers and, as we’ve mentioned over the last few months, this normalization accentuates the need for a market savvy and negotiation-skilled professional on your side…Which is the only type of sales professionals we have here at Coldwell Banker Premier Realty! Watch the Video below to see Bob Hamrick summarize the facts.
(After watching the video, continuing scrolling for even MORE information on Listing your home during the holidays.)
While the holiday season poses distractions for most real estate agents, we know the facts: Selling in December is 59% more favorable to you than selling after the Holidays. Why? Here are the top 5 reasons.
In real numbers, the ratio between listings taken and listings sold in November and December is 109% compared to just 70% in January and February.
Because of the myth that December is a bad time to list your home, buyers have fewer inventory options to choose from.
Many corporations choose the holidays to relocate their employees, increasing the buyer pool.
Snowbirds will be trying to escape the harsh winter months
Many out-of-area visitors (there were over 300,000 people who visited Las Vegas over Thanksgiving weekend) may want to move closer to their family and friends.
If you are interested in learning more about why now is a great time to sell, contact the Coldwell Banker Real Estate professional responsible for sharing this blog post with you.
On the LasVegashomes.com Blog, we post content that agents can share via social media and email campaigns to their SOI. Below is an example of one of those posts. “5 Ways to Celebrate Small Business Saturday.”
Everyone knows that the Friday after Thanksgiving is Black Friday. Instead of shopping at big box stores, we want to challenge you to spend the day with your family and participate in Small Business Saturday® instead. In our latest Las Vegas Real Estate Reportvideo, Bob Hamrick talks about the revitalization of Downtown Las Vegas. One of the reasons we are seeing a change in DTLV is because of the many individuals dedicating to supporting new businesses and growing the community. No matter where you live in the Las Vegas Valley, there are ways that you can participate in Small Business Saturday® to help your community thrive. Here are 5 of our favorite events happening around the valley. (Click on each photo for more information.)
The Arts District At this pop-up market, you will find unique gifts and stocking stuffers while enjoying complimentary hot cocoa and cider.
Spring Valley Shop independent fashion brands and enjoy beloved local restaurants in the Gramercy courtyard.
Summerlin Tivoli Village is hosting a farmers market with local vendors and live music.
Henderson Local children’s boutique, Strawberry Cookie is hosting a charity event where you can shop while the kids meet Santa.
The Arts District (2) All businesses around Main Street, including Antique Alley and Arts Square, are hosting events and giveaways. Have a great long weekend and happy Thanksgiving!
On the LasVegashomes.com Blog, we post content that agents can share via social media and email campaigns to their SOI. Below is an example of one of those posts. “15 Ways to Show Appreciation on Veterans Day.
Veterans Day is an important day for showing appreciation to past and present military members. Inspired by the work many of our agents and employees do for military veterans and their families, we have come up with 15 ideas for you to express your gratitude. Whether you want to do something nice for a military member in your life or make a meaningful contribution to veterans everywhere, there is something on this list for you!
Take a moment out of your day to call a veteran in your life to say thank you. It is a simple task but makes an impact.
Many restaurants in the Las Vegas Valley are offering veteran and military discounts all weekend long. Check out THIS LIST of Veterans Day discounts.
Donate to Puppies Behind Bars, a wonderful program that trains prison inmates to raise service dogs for wounded war veterans and first responders.
Start a Victories for Veterans Challenge for disabled veterans. This program allows you to set a personal fitness goal and create a personal fundraising page to share with family and friends to help you meet your goals.
Take your favorite Veteran for BBQ and a free pint at CraftHaus Brewery. You can RSVP HERE.
Spend meaningful time with your family and friends creating care packages and writing letters toactive military members.
Donate to Honor Flight, a non-profit organization that fly’s WWII Veterans to Washington DC to visit their memorial.
Help Future generations remember their stories. The Veterans History Project collects, preserves and makes personal accounts of American war Veterans accessible for future generations to hear first-hand accounts to better understand the realities of war.
Carol Crowder and Kelly Waggoner of the Crowder Team along with Kristi Pritchett and Annie Manderscheid Zaic, who are members of the CBPR leadership team are founding members of Side by Side Veterans, a community outreach platform for veteran causes that strives to assist nonprofits in their mission to help local veterans and rally the community to lend their support. They recently held their 4th Annual Veterans Fair at Floyd Lamb Park.
Share this post on your Facebook page to spread the love and appreciation even farther. Don’t forget to tag #CBPR to let us know if you plan on participating in any of these activities!