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Somewhere along the way, we decided that breakfast and lunch didn’t give us enough options. And then, we had brunch. There’s something special about brunch. Maybe it’s that you can combine pancakes and mimosas and nobody will look at you funny. Whatever the case may be, Las Vegans go crazy for the breakfast-lunch hybrid. Fortunately, Vegas does this mid-way meal well. Keep reading for the eight best spots to get brunch in Las Vegas.
Owning a rental property can be a wise investment, as it’s a long-term source of passive income. Often times, though, there are a lot more moving parts than people realize. If you’re vacating your home and have decided to turn it into a rental property (or if you wish to buy a home and immediately rent it out), here are seven things you need to know first.
Buying a home can feel like a real maze to navigate. Contracts, negotiations, paperwork — there are so many moving parts to keep track of. Of course, this is why you work with a knowledgeable and reliable real estate agent. It never hurts to do a little homework yourself, though. But where do you even start? We’ve gathered some of the most common questions we get about buying a home, along with our expert answers.
Whether you’re selling or buying a home, you’ve probably already noticed one thing: Real estate is confusing. It’s got a language of its own, which can be tricky and even overwhelming to keep up with. This is one of many reasons why you should work with a qualified real estate agent. Of course, though, it never hurts to educate yourself a bit. Let’s talk about 17 common real estate terms to know about during your journey.
Bright, neon lights. An Elvis impersonator on the Strip. Fancy drinks. Another Elvis impersonator on the Strip. Vegas is known for a few things, but its outdoor experiences isn’t exactly one of them. Unbeknownst to many, Sin City offers quite a bit when it comes to beautiful things to see outside. Keep scrolling for six spots you should stop at to experience nature in Las Vegas — and all its beauty.
When most people think of living it up in Las Vegas, they imagine elaborate Cirque shows, pricey drinks, and throngs of tourists. And you can certainly find that in Sin City. But there’s another part of town that might be a little lesser-known but is comparable in experience: downtown Las Vegas. Whether you’re a local or just visiting for a few days, we’ve got a few spots you won’t want to miss. Plan accordingly, because you’ve got a lot of action to pack in.
Moving out of state promises a fresh start, but before you can get there, you have a lot of logistics to take care of. Of utmost importance, you have to take care of the sale of your current home and plan to move into your new house at the next destination.
Talk to five different people about buying vs renting and you're bound to get five different opinions. Buying is a big commitment, but it's also an investment — which is something to consider. Meanwhile, renting is more low-maintenance, but your money essentially disappears each month, right?
The startling coronavirus pandemic has left many of us thinking back to the stock market and housing market crash of 2008 — something we'll never forget. Now, we've got a new question on our minds: Will COVID-19 leave us with yet another housing market crash?