What happens to the house in a divorce

Watch this video to learn what happens to the house in a divorce sale. Nevada is a community property state and community property is generally split equally in a divorce.  Sometimes there is no other way than to sell the house.  Selling a house is stressful enough, but it's even more stressful when selling due to divorce.  Learn how to work together and avoid the common issues that arise when selling due to divorce so that you can maximize profit and save time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wg3ZU_ET0bc&t=177s

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Luxurious MacDonald Highlands Homes

MacDonald Highlands is one of the highest points in the Las Vegas area. It is situated at the edge of the McCullough Mountains in Henderson, Nevada. Developed by Rich MacDonald, MacDonald Highlands is a 24-hour guard-gated subdivision of the MacDonald Ranch Master Community. MacDonald Highlands is 3 miles South of I-215 and offers spectacular views of Henderson and much of the greater Las Vegas valley. Prestigious homes are clustered around Dragonridge Country Club. The distinctive course capitalizes on its desert setting, with canyon vistas, rock croppings, arroyos, and elevation changes highlighting its design. While most homes are single-family custom designs, the gated community also offers luxury townhouses and condominiums. Below is a list of available homes in MacDonald Highlands. Please bookmark this page as the available real estate listings will update daily.  To schedule a private showing please call/text Courtney Kohler at 702-600-5996. MacDonald Highlands Real Estate   Are you looking to buy your…

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What’s an iBuyer?

  Today's new real estate player is 'institutional flippers' more commonly known as the iBuyer, or 'instant buyers.' We have all seen the "We Buy Ugly Houses" or "We'll Buy Your House for Cash in Seven Days" on the side of the road. Those signs usually come from independent flippers, but other more prominent recognizable brands like Zillow Offers, Offerpad, and Open Door are considered iBuyer's. Wondering how they work? Read below: A homeowner fills out the information about their house on the iBuyer website. The company sends them an instant offer within a day or two, and the seller can choose to accept or reject it. An iBuyer's proposal promises that selling to them is a more straightforward, easier way to sell your home than a traditional sale. They say they are a quicker and more convenient way to sell a house because all the seller has to do is accept their…

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How to Buy a Short Sale

Purchasing a short-sale home can be an excellent way to stretch your home purchase budget. However, it can definitely make the home buying process longer and more complex. Here you will find the basics of short sales, including details about how a short sale works for the seller, to help you decide if pursuing a short sale is worth the extra time and effort. What is a Short Sale? Simply put, a short sale may be authorized by the mortgage lender when the current property value is lower than the outstanding balance owed on the mortgage. For example, if a homeowner has an outstanding mortgage balance of $500,000 and the current market value of their home is $450,000, they would be short $50,000 - that's where the term 'short sale' comes from. For a short sale to happen, the lender must consent to the process and agree to accept less than the outstanding balance on…

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In Today’s Market, Listing Prices Are Like an Auction’s Reserve Price

In Today’s Market, Listing Prices Are Like an Auction’s Reserve Price For generations, the process of buying and selling a home never really changed. A homeowner would try to estimate the market value of their house, then tack on a little extra to give themselves some negotiating room. That figure would become the listing price. Buyers would then try to determine how much less than the full price they could offer and still get the home. As a result, the listing price was generally the ceiling of the negotiation. The actual sales price would almost always be somewhat lower than what was listed. It was unthinkable to pay more than what the seller was asking. Today is different. The record-low supply of homes for sale coupled with very strong buyer demand is leading to a rise in bidding wars on many homes. Because of this, homes today often sell for more than the list price. In some cases, they sell for…

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