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Mark Hostetler is a certified Las Vegas Real to who is known in the community for his honesty and hard work. Mark's knowledge of the Las Vegas real estate market is invaluable in the purchase or sale of a new home or condo. For more information visit http://welcomehomenevada.com.


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Buying Your Piece of Vegas

By Mark Hostetler | Published 09/17/2007 | Real Estate |

With its thriving economy and steady market growth, buying in property in Las Vegas is a solid investment. Still, buying a property of any kind can feel overwhelmingespecially if you are a first time buyer.

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Living Las Vegas Lifestyle

By Mark Hostetler | Published 09/17/2007 | Real Estate |

Today's consumers have so many choices, and the property buyer is no exception. Choosing a residence that fits your lifestyle is essential, and savvy condo buyers are demanding more from their homes. No longer content with just the basics, smart shoppers are looking for the property that gives them access to the convenience and quality of life that they deserve.

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There are certain challenges when gardening in the Nevada climate, but don't despair; it doesn't mean you can't have a lush green lawn filled with vibrant annuals or spring bulbs. There are however, some maintenance and planting tips that need to be considered during the autumn months.

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Imagine a blank desert canvas; add a golf course community containing numerous Jack Nicklaus Signature golf courses, expert training facilities and vacation golf villas all built around a 17 acre lake. Wake-up, you're not dreaming. This is the vision for the Villages of Coyote Springs; a 43,000 acre community located 50 miles north of Las Vegas at the junction of US 93 and State Route 168.

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Do You Live in a Firetrap?

By Mark Hostetler | Published 12/17/2007 | Real Estate |

Remember the old days, when homes were sturdy and built to last, and set on generous plots of land? Today's homes have evolved to cookie cutter houses built so close together you can barely fit a lawnmower between them.

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The Language of Foreclosures

By Mark Hostetler | Published 12/19/2007 | Real Estate |

Talking about foreclosure real estate can be hard enough without even entering the market. That's because foreclosures tend to have their own language, employing many obscure words originating in govermnent housing legislation and real estate law.

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