We’ve been helping more and more of our Buyers with new construction home purchases lately. The continued lack of resale inventory simply is making the American Home Buying Dream into a discouraging nightmare. The continued lack of home supply is simply not keeping up with the demand. Not to mention that many of the resale homes on the market are in need of repairs and remodeling which can be quite expensive and intimidating. It makes the beauty of and ease of a buying new construction that much easier when having the right REALTOR® representation.

Working with the various Builders in Henderson, we know the communities, pricing, floor plans, sizes, and most importantly the Current Builder Incentives! The best part is just like when buying a resale home our service and help representing you as a buyer is absolutely free! No broker fees, transaction fees, or commissions are paid by you.

Below is a link to a recent Las Vegas Review Journal article discussing the massive increase in new home sales to start off 2017. It seems that the secret is out with buying a Brand New Construction Home! Contact us today to get started finding your New Dream Home!

-Mike Rebarchick

Progress at Lennar’s “AVENTINE” in Seven Hills, Henderson


Talk about progress! Since my last visit at the Lennar Community “Aventine” in Seven Hills, they’ve framed a number of homes! The neighborhood is really coming along! They’ve graded the land, built walls, added landscaping, installed the entrance gate and prepped the land for the community park! There’s been a lot of interest in these homes so don’t hesitate. Contact me today to get locked in on one of the few lots that are being released!

Take a look at the most recent video shot there a few days ago and enjoy the video at the end where I drove through the community so you have a better sense of the homes and views!

Mike Rebarchick



AVENTINE: The New Home Community in Seven Hills by Lennar!

Aventine homes view of the Las Vegas Strip
Typically amazing Seven Hills views of the Vegas Strip, as seen from an Aventine new home construction lot!

Update (6/2015): Check out this new video we just posted showing some of the pre-construction Aventine homes and their amazing views!

While there’s not a lot of vacant land available in Seven Hills to build new construction, Blue Heron has been successful with the sales of their Million Dollar Plus “Marquis” Community. Now Lennar has expanded their efforts with their new AVENTINE Community at a more affordable pricing.

Aventine new homes construction signThey’ve just broken ground on the development and are selling pre-construction homes for their first phase. Judging by the Floor Plans (homes have square footage between 2,645 and 4,230), Pricing (starting at just $569,990), Views (Rio Secco Golf Course and the Las Vegas Strip) these will sell out extremely fast!

Since it’s in our neighborhood, Kandis and I have made it a primary focus for Buyers of ours looking for that great Seven Hills location but wanting the amenities of a brand new home… this could be why we have already sold two of the first five pre-construction homes available!

Contact us today to get more information on this exciting new community by Lennar. We’ll also be updating the pictures of the ongoing construction every couple of weeks so be sure to check back often!

– Mike Rebarchick

Aventine homes view of hills and golf course
Like amazing views of Seven Hills? Then you’ll love Aventine!


Vegas Home Builders Are Building Again!

photo of bulldozer building new Las Vegas homes

For the first time in several years, Las Vegas area home builders are constructing large numbers of new houses across the valley. That’s mainly due to higher homes prices (we saw a 23% price increase last year) and an improving local economy. It’s also due to the fact that Southern Nevada’s population is still increasing at a steady clip, and many new residents prefer new construction homes over resales.

Interestingly, the mini building spree is focused around higher-end homes priced above $200,000 — well above the valley’s current median home price of  $185,000. The new homes are selling very well as people are looking to upgrade from the “starter homes” which were built in huge numbers in the early 2000’s. According to UNLV economist Stephen Brownhome builders who focus on higher-end construction projects are “not really competing against a big inventory of existing homes” because most of the current inventory consists of smaller entry-level homes.

According to the Greater Las Vegas Association, the areas with the biggest growth in buyer demand are Green Valley (Henderson) and Summerlin, on the western edge of the valley.

As long as the local recovery continues, many experts expect Vegas home builders to start and re-start even more construction projects around town. New buyers, “upgraders,” and people looking for second homes should continue to keep demand strong for newly built homes.

The good news for people wanting to buy a Las Vegas home is that they now have more options than ever!

Learn more here: Real estate rebound prompts home construction


Vegas bulldozer photo by Mel Stoutsenberger