Las Vegas Market Report

Greater Las Vegas Market Update – November 2014

GLVAR REALTOR of the Year 2014!

Congratulations to my good friend – J. C. Melvin.  This year alone J. C. developed material and content for an invaluable new Leadership program created and launched by CEO Nelson Janes for the Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS.   J. C. ran the first program which was highly successful.  The graduates of this first class had nothing but the highest praise for the education and experience they received from the program thanks to these two gentlemen.

Overview of Both Markets

The Las Vegas real estate market remain generally soft on prices as we begin the last quarter of 2014. The Market has closed fewer units overall in 2014 than in 2013 at this same time. However, the “fewer” units represent closings at the lower end of the market only. The market above $225,000 or so has actually enjoyed more closings than last year.   Here’s a comparison of closed units by price point for both October 2012 and October 2014 so we can see exactly what that looks like in Las Vegas real estate market.

PricePoints-Oct2014 PricePoints-Oct2012The October 2014 chart includes high rise units, but even with that – it’s easy to see how the mid-range and upper range price points have improved while the lower end has declined.  So what does this mean?  Simply, if your are a sales executive with and average closed sales price above $225,000 or so – you should expect that your number of closed units in 2014 will exceed your 2013 production.

The Current Las Vegas Market

Closed sales for Year-To-Date 2014 remain 11% behind last year as we enter into November. The median sales price of an SFR leveled out at $199,000, while the average price settled in at $237,509.  In general, 2014 is looking remarkable like 2003.  More interesting is that the fact that the average closed sales price of an SFR for October 2014 is only 4% higher than in October 2003.

SFR-ClosingsByYear-Oct2014More than ever – Greater Las Vegas enjoys numerous “micro climates” when it comes to market appreciation or depreciation. This epitomizes the notion that “all real estate is local”! Very local when evaluating Greater Las Vegas market pricing.  Avoid over pricing your next listing!

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