Are you facing a PCS move to Las Vegas at Nellis AFB or Creech AFB? If so, I can help you. As a certified Military Relocation Professional (MRP) The National Association of Realtors has certified me as someone that can help you with a PCS move to Las Vegas or if you are a Veteran, I am more than happy to help you with the VA loan process.
If you are being stationed at Nellis AFB or Creech AFB, I can help you find a home to purchase. If you are leaving and PCS to another duty station, I can help you sell your home in Las Vegas.
I am your VA Home Buyer Specialist here in Las Vegas, Summerlin or Henderson. If you are new to the Las Vegas area, call me so that we can discuss where you want to live and what your housing requirements are.
I designed this page to give you some advice on how to move forward with buying a home or selling a home. Check out my free tips as well and some informative links below. Call me anytime 702-768-2552 if I can be of further assistance to you.
I have been helping active duty military, reservists and veterans with all of their Las Vegas real estate needs for 18 years. If you are active duty military let’s say you are an E-6 in zip code 89166. Your BAH for Clark County is $2,016.00 with dependents. $1,737.00 without dependents as of 7/2022. If you are a different rank, you can check out your BAH here: https://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/site/bahCalc.cfm
I can help you find a home that’s close to Nellis AFB or Creech AFB. It’s important that you start your home search ASAP since our home inventory is still has a limited supply of nice homes.
If you are a Veteran looking to use your VA loan benefit to purchase a home in Clark County, contact me today so that I can assist you in how to apply and use your VA Loan benfits. I have a loan officer I use that can assist you with all of your VA Loan needs. Also, keep in mind that base housing at Nellis AFB is very limited. When you PCS and are heading to Nellis AFB or Creech AFB make sure you have plenty of time to start your search for housing. Creech AFB has very limited housing around it. Contact me today for more information.
For more information on VA Loans check out: https://www.va.gov/housing-assistance/home-loans/loan-limits/
Great Question! This document is used on ALL VA Loans. If you are active duty military or a veteran and you are buying a home, we use this document. It is used to protect your Earnest Money Deposit. This is a deposit used at the beginning of the transaction and shows to the seller(s) that you intend to buy their home or property. Usually an Earnest Money Deposit in the Las Vegas area depends on the price of the home. If the home is under $600,000.00, a $5,000.00 Earnest Money Deposit is ok.
If the home is more expensive, they sellers and buyers can come up with a number that is reasonable to both parties.
This document is signed by all parties involved in the transaction. It clearly states that if there is any problem with an appraisal, the buyer(s) get their Earnest Money Deposit back if a new sales price cannot be agreed upon by both parties to the transaction.
Here’s an example: If the home you want to buy is selling per your contract at $500,000.00 but the appraisal comes back at $450,000.00, then the buyer(s) are entitled to a full refund of their Earnest Money Deposit. This protects you if the seller(s) fail to honor that appriased value that differs from the contracted sales price.
The form on the left is an example of a VA Escape Clause. The form you sign will be similar to this one. Call me anytime if you have questions about this document.
If you are facing a PCS move, time is a factor. The best advice I can give you is: