While we have a steady supply of existing homes, we thought it would be worthwhile to discuss a few reasons why aspiring homeowners should look into buying a new home in Las Vegas.

1. Build Quality

Pardee, Lennar, KB Homes and DR Horton are just a few of the companies assembling new homes for Las Vegas residents to consider. From Summerlin to Henderson, these companies are offering exceptional quality, desired in-home amenities, and innovative materials. There isn’t the rush to build like there was so many years ago, so homes have more skilled professionals taking more time to build.


2. Quality of Life

Beyond build quality, new homes in Las Vegas often come in new neighborhoods. Today’s planned communities come with way more than a new street address. Clubhouses. Pools. Parks. Trails. You name it, you can probably find it. These amenities bring people together through events and serve as a central gathering place. They help facilitate the things people look for in a neighborhood. Sure, they may not be “small town America,” but they’re the next best thing.


3. Location

While some may argue Las Vegas is pushing too far into its pristine desert surroundings, the truth is that much of the land being built on has long been slated for housing growth and new homeowners are reaping the benefits. Summerlin in particular offers some of the best views of the Las Vegas Valley to the east and Red Rock to the west. There’s easy access to all highways, shopping centers, restaurants and of course, our great outdoors.


4. Value

With countless homes in the mid-$200k range, Las Vegas new home value is better than what could be found in many parts of the country. When you add all the reasons to live in Las Vegas together with the price, quality (value), and locations, it’s hard to argue why you wouldn’t consider a new home over pre-existing. We get it, sometimes work demands you remain closer to the office where new homes may not be available. However, we encourage you to consider how freeway access and the fact that overall, Las Vegas traffic concerns are a fraction of what similar-sized markets experience.