Cathy Ho'olapa - Coldwell Banker Premier Realty

New Homes in Las Vegas

New Homes in Las Vegas
When you buy a home, it's in your best interest to have a REALTOR to represent you. One that can represent your needs, negotiate for the best price on your behalf. Someone to help find a lender for you, if needed. Someone to guide you through the process, with your needs as their priority.

When you visit a new home community, the salesperson that greets you works for the builder. That means the builder interest is their primary concern? As nice as they might be, and as much as they do their best to help, the bottom line is this; the builder comes first.

There is nothing wrong with this. But wouldn't it be nice to have someone looking out for you?

That's why buyer representation in a new home purchase is important. And that is something I specialize in. And I have an advantage that most REALTORS don't. I spent 12 years as a new homes representative. Check out my LinkedIn profile to find out more.


Emerald Crest - by Lennar Homes
New Homes in Las Vegas

I can pre-shop for you

There are literally hundres of new homes available for sale in the Las Vegas/Henderson area. Your time is valuable. Do you want to spend weeks/months looking at them all?

I've already done that for you. You let me know what you are looking for, and then we can narrow down your search to just the right home for you.

Want to know more? Give me a call at (702) 268-0388, or drop me a line at cathy@vegaslistingpro.com.
New Homes in Las Vegas

My services may not cost you a dime!

No, I don't work for free. I'm guessing you don't either.

Most of the larger new home builders DO pay for a REALTOR to represent you. Because of this, you may not have to pay me out of your pocket.

But if you do, chances are I can save you more money on your purchase than what my fee would be. 

Want to know more? Give me a call at (702) 268-0388, or drop me a line at cathy@vegaslistingpro.com.
New Homes in Las Vegas

Make sure you get pre-approved first!

Whether loking for a new home or an existing home, you MUST get pre-approved before you get started. Two reasons; first, do you really want to find the perfect home, and then fine out your not qualified to buy it? Second, it is highly unlikely that a seller will accept your offer without a pre-approved loan letter.

By the way, a pre-qualification letter, won't cut it. You need to be pre-approved. HUGE difference.

Want to know more? Give me a call at (702) 268-0388, or drop me a line at cathy@vegaslistingpro.com.