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  • Writer's pictureKarol Lucan

What Kind of Home Can You Get for $400,000 to $500,000 in Las Vegas?

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Today, there are 1,045 homes priced from $400,000 to $500,000 in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson combined, not including age restricted homes.Let's break this down.

  • 22 two bedroom homes

  • 605 three bedroom

  • 376 four bedroom

  • 42 five bedrooms or more

Right at $400,000, the largest three bedroom home is 2,284 sauare feet and located in Northern Lights off Elkhorn and Buffalo. With a motivated seller, low $18/month HOA fee and $175 per square foot price, this home is the lowest price for the money.

At $450,000 you can purchase a 1,918 square foot three bedroom with a pool off Craig and Simmons. With new flooring throughout, new stainless steel appliances and freshly painted inside and out, and no HOA. This home is a great value.

Priced at $500,000, you'll find a home in the Tides off Buffalo and Spring Mountain. This three bedroom, 2,540 square foot home features natural stone flooring, kitchen with granite counters and custom backsplash, low maintenance backyard with built in BBQ and an outdoor shower. Two primary bedrooms with their own baths and crown molding throughout. The gated community also has a clubhouse, community pool and fitness center with an HOA of $182/month.

Looking for a brand new home? Richmond American and KB Homes offer homes starting in the low $400s in Centennial Hills, North Las Vegas, just outside of Rhodes Ranch and near Southern Highlands. These three and four bedroom homes range from 1,470 square feet up to 2,040 square feet and may have some special incentives. Remember that with brand new homes, the agent at the site represents the BUILDER, not you. It is highly recommended that you bring your own agent to ensure proper representation.

Those are just a few of the nice homes that you can purchase at these prices. Want to know more? Hint, hint!

If you are interested in buying, selling or renting, contact me anytime.

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