Monster Home Prices At Maravilla Homes In Mountains Edge Las Vegas

Maravilla HomesMonster home sale prices at Maravilla Homes in Mountains Edge Las Vegas, Nevada.  Residential real estate by Amstar Homes are starting in the $150,000s in the master planned community for a limited time only.

Pricing has dipped to a level comparable with condos for sale in Las Vegas, NV.  New homes offered are for two three bedrooms plans within the Courtyard and Villa neighborhoods.  Customization choices are finishes, colors, optional features and several elevations.

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New Las Vegas Homes For Sale In Mountains Edge Are Priced At $214,950

Solamar HomesNew Las Vegas homes for sale in Mountain’s Edge are priced at $214,950.  Homes at the Rosetta community by Pardee join Serrano to represent the builder’s current residential real estate in the southern valley.

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The Vistas Village In Summerlin Has Final Phase Of New Homes For Sale

Solamar HomesThe Vistas Village in Summerlin has final phase of new homes for sale at Kingwood.  There is a wide selection of over 12 floor plans in the west portion of the valley.

The Vistas Village has architectural design cues from Europe with entry clock towers, a picturesque location and lush landscaped streetscape.  The uniqueness has led to very strong home sales.

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Concordia Homes Of Nevada Closes Sales Offices And Refunds Deposits

Mountains Edge HomeConcordia Homes of Nevada closes sales offices and refunds deposits on new Las Vegas homes not started with construction.  This development was announced this week.

The home builder from Henderson, NV isn’t closing its doors due to bankruptcy or shutting down business but rather the current credit market and market demand.

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