Pete Arriola's Blog Posts

Schools in Summerlin Las Vegas

Summerlin® Las Vegas, has over 20 schools and 10 of them are nationally-recognized private schools and 16 public schools. Several colleges and specialized higher education facilities are also

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How is the Las Vegas Real Estate Market?

How is the Las Vegas Real Estate Market as of the first week of May 2021?The Vegas housing market kept accelerating in April 2021 as prices reached another all-time high. As of May 5, 2021, the

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Organizing and Spring Cleaning Your Home

Spring Cleaning and Organizing Your HomeYour homeIf you have been at home more often than usual over the past year, you are not alone. For many people, spending so much time in their house or

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Ways to Relax at Home

It is important to find ways to unwind, even if you just take ten minutes a day to do it. When you’re able to relax, your mind and body will be better equipped to tackle any challenge that

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Four Ways to Be in Top Condition to Fight Summer Heat

Brace yourselves for another hot summer in Las Vegas so be sure that your home is ready for that summer heat. With these simple upgrades and repairs, you'll have peace of mind knowing that your home

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Multi-Generational Home Sales Increase During COVID-19

Multi-Generational Home Sales Increase During COVID-19By: Jessica LautzBuyers purchasing multi-generational homes during the pandemic rose to a series high of 15%,according to the 2020 Profile

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Tips on Hiring a Handyman

Here are our top six tips for successfully hiring a handyman who will provide you with quality work and a great customer experience.Determine Exactly What You Need Done.It’s important to have

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Who Will Qualify for Rental Assistance in 2021?

As part of last month’s COVID-19 stimulus package, $25 billion in federal assistance funds are expected to be disbursed to states today, Jan. 26.There could be a rush for funds with an

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Real Estate Housing Issues in 2021

1. Inventory shortages2. Vaccines will boost consumer confidence3. Foreclosures4. Low mortgage rates will continue to drive demand5. A permanent shift to remote work could encourage more moves6.

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How Has COVID Affected Triple Net Properties

This past July 2020 the USA was 4 months into the COVID Pandemic. While certain industries such as casual dining have been hit hard, across the board triple nets are in high demand. They provide

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Five surprises learned house hunting in a pandemic

Five surprises learned house hunting in a pandemic  Buying a home is never a simple undertaking. Even at the best of times, house hunting comes with lots of built-in stressors, from

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Clark County CARES Housing Assistance Program

Hello everyone,Last Tuesday during the NV Interim Finance Committee Meeting $30 Million in CARES act dollars was approved to use for direct assistance to help with rent. Clark County alone will now

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How to Refinance Your Mortgage

If you’re thinking about refinancing your mortgage but your hand is still cramping from signing your original closing documents on your home loan, breathe easy.Refinancing your mortgage isn

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Las Vegas home prices hit new record in June amid pandemic

by Matthew SeemanTuesday, July 7th 2020LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — The price for a Las Vegas valley home hit a new record last month during the pandemic, according to a local realtor organization.The

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Homes Offices In A Post-pandemic World

What Will Homes Look Like In A Post-pandemic World?A lot has changed in just a few months, and for many that includes the idea of what a 'dream home' looks like. Not long ago, buyers were showing

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NV Governor Sisolak announced gradual lift to eviction moratorium, announces rental assistance program

Governor Sisolak announced gradual lift to eviction moratorium, announces rental assistance programCarson City, NV - June 25, 2020Today, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed Emergency Directive

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Nevada Governor extends Phase 2 through July 31; Open Houses still not allowed

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak will sign a directive on Monday extending Phase 2 of reopening plans through the end of July.According to a media release, the extension comes "due

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Vegas home prices hit $300K, selling at slower pace

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Las Vegas home prices inched back up to the $300,000 mark in March while fewer properties changed hands and more homes were on the market than one year ago, according to a newly

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