It may seem counterintuitive to talk about waterfront properties during a blustery winter, but it’s actually a great time to consider that lifestyle. We naturally think about being around water during a hot spell in summer – swimming, boating and action sports. In contrast, winter’s chilly calm can offer us meditative solitude along a peaceful waterfront. Studies indicate that being close to water improves our mental health and well-being. So, basically, every season is a good season to consider waterfront property.
While Clark County offers great opportunities for waterfront living, the challenges of regulations, market demand, and a limited inventory have made this a specialized market. Shoreline protections, alone, can dictate home site footprints, setbacks, and mitigation requirements that are very different from normal home sites. Buyers and sellers should work with a broker who has expertise in waterfront properties and knowing the market is extremely important.
72 Active from $400,000 to $2,500,000
Average SQFT 3,437
Average $/SQFT $226
24 Pending from $409,900 to $2,495,000
Average SQFT 2,664
Average $/SQFT $240
50 Sold in past 3 months from $409,000 to $2,430,750
Average SQFT 3,233
Average $/SQFT $201
Median Days on Market: 87 days. This is up quite a bit from 33 DOM last July – it might be a good time to make an offer!
*Focusing on homes priced $400,000 and above
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