Cooper Ranch (Las Vegas, NV)
By Jamie Maxwell, #LasVegasRealEstate
(702 Ventures Inc)
With any type of swimming pool, whether it's above ground or below ground, you'll need to make sure that safety is enforced.  Swimming pool safety is essential with children especially, along with those who can't swim.  With accidental drowning rates on the rise, you should always make sure that you know a lot about safety - to protect those who swim at your pool. The most important area of safety with a swimming pool is to make sure that children can't get into the pool if you aren't around.  The easiest way to do this is to put a fence around your swimming pool, and make sure that the gate is locked at all times.  Little kids may be drawn to the water, and they can easily fall in and drowned if they aren't watched. Hundreds of little kids die in the United States alone by drowning, si...
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By Renée Donohue~Home Photography, Western Michigan Real Estate Photographer
(Savvy Home Pix)
Las Vegas Area March 15, 2010 Active Listings by Type REO:  1467 (15%) Short Sale:  4803 (48%) All Other:  3709 (37%) February 2010 Sales by Type: REO:  1683 (57%) Short Sale:  694 (23%) Other:  592 (20%) This is just a guide for consumers to see what types of properties are closing vs what is listed.  Currently we have the most closes in the REO sector and the least inventory in the REO sector and it is an extreme seller's market. Click here to see last month's Listing and Sales Type Report Click here to view the most recent stats (scroll to bottom)
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