Prudential Americana Group Realtors
7475 W. Sahara Ave Ste 100, Las Vegas, NV 89117, USA
Office: 1 702 683-2169
Toll Free: 1 866 589-1646
Fax: 1 702 920-9595
Mobile: 1 702 683-2169
Clientele Welcomed: Gay Men Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Straight
Specialty: High Rise, Luxury
Region Covered: Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas
Years of Experience: 13
Felipe Crook, Gay Las Vegas Real Estate Agent
Felipe read the book "Rich Dad, Poor Dad", and was inspired to get involved in real estate. He purchased his first property with an agent who wasn't concerned with his clients' welfare, only with his own commission check. So he obtained his own real estate license, and swore to never treat his own clients that way.
Felipe has worked with all kinds of buyers and sellers, and is working on his Certified International Property Specialist Designation which will help him to better assist his international clients.
If you're looking to buy or sell Las Vegas real estate, Felipe looks forward to helping you find your ideal home.
About Gay/Lesbian Las Vegas
One odd thing about Las Vegas is there is no "gay ghetto" here. I've sold properties to gay people all over the valley. I've seen some progress with the gay community growing and becoming more... well, a community!
The Human Rights Campaign and AFAN are great groups to get involved to make a difference and meet some wonderful people. Las Vegas for the most part is pretty accepting.
I live near Summerlin on the west side of the city, but have sold houses in every part. I really listen to what your needs are and focus on delivering the properties that match.
There has never been a better time to buy then right now. Markets like these don't come around very often. Let's save you some money and find you a home!
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Other GLBT Links
4GaysHotels.com: Gay & Lesbian Accommodations
BGlad LGBTQ Resources: Great gay/lesbian search portal
Qommunity: The Queer Social Network: The one-stop social network and information portal for the LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, asexual) and emerging gender/sexual identity community; straight allies also welcome.