The Las Vegas Valley is starting to fill in with new builds and renovations upgrading the old to new. Architects and designers are staying innovative while staying with the times. As a realtor, I see 100’s of homes a month and noticed these four house trends below.

Indoor Outdoor Living Spaces

2720 Pinto Lane, Las Vegas, NV, USA
2720 Pinto Lane, Las Vegas, NV, USA


Do you dream of having a home you can open up and let the fresh air in and easily walk outdoors to enjoy your backyard? Indoor/outdoor living space is desirable in Las Vegas and is becoming very trendy in new builds all over town. To fully take advantage of Las Vegas weather, architects and designers are blurring the lines.

Electric Car Stations

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With a push on sales with electric cars and the auto companies creating more electric cars, people are starting to find a need to charge at home versus looking for stations. Adding an electric charger to your garage is as simple as finding one on Amazon or going to your local TESLA dealership and ordering an install. These chargers are getting better and better with faster charging each and every new model!

Professionally Organized Homes


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With the popularity of the show “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” there is a huge trend in organizing your home from the junk drawer to your closet. Stores like the Container Store have seen an increase in sales and people are starting to see how an organized home frees up time and space for things they really love. Here in Las Vegas, we have a professional service from NEAT Method. Check them out and have them over for a complimentary consultation.

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Green/Energy Efficient Homes


Trends in Homes for 2019
2720 Pinto Lane, Las Vegas, NV, USA


According to LEED certification means healthier, more productive places, reduced stress on the environment by encouraging energy and resource-efficient buildings, and savings from increased building value, higher lease rates and decreased utility costs. With skyrocket electricity bills during the summer, people are looking for alternatives to how their home consumes energy. Homes that are LEED certified or can show energy efficiency from solar panels to home technology are desirable in 2019.


What matters to you when it comes to finding your dream home? Are you a tech savy type or do you love an energy efficient build? Comment below and let us know!