Throwback Thursday – I wrote this in December 2008 when the Housing Market was much different than today.
Just what we didn’t need. Another new twist in the topsy turvey thrill ride of foreclosure mess that we’re in.
I stumbled onto a whole group of ADULTS in the back yard of a foreclosure. Two more arrived while I was still there. Truth be told, if I knew how to ride a skateboard, I’d have joined in the fun.
I did question them at length, and found out that they had actually emptied about 3 feet of standing water, so in their minds, they’re doing a public service. This entire group was from the suburbs. They text the location around to their friends whenever they discover a new pool with an interesting shape and design. They have about a dozen favorites and they’re all in Vintage Vegas.
I asked why they came in from the suburbs, and they told me that all the pools in the newer neighborhoods were too small, too square, too shallow and that there’s a 2 story house overlooking the backyard of every suburban pool they had scouted. That sounds like a whole new generation of fans of Vintage Vegas, that is… if they don’t kill themselves before they become first time homebuyers.
This is the very first movie I EVER filmed. I always knew it was a function on my camera, but I’d never tried it before. It’s the 2nd time I uploaded anything onto YouTube. I’m going to start doing it more often now that I know how.
Jack LeVine has been trusted by well over a thousand clients in the last 27 years. He gets the job done – gets it done right. No other agent in Las Vegas has the depth of knowledge and experience that Jack has of the vintage neighborhoods, the mindset of buyers for 50 or 60-year-old homes, and the special things that dramatically affect the value of a vintage home.
If you want to sell (or buy) a Vintage Las Vegas era home – Call or email Jack LeVine of Very Vintage Vegas Realty – 702-378-7055 [email protected]