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by Lakeshore Realty

905 Ace Court

Fabulous park-like setting overlooking the 4th green and 5th tee on the Championship Golf Course. Low elevation, family/game room, separate guest quarters. Open living, dining and kitchen with granite slab countertops, Subzero fridge & freezer, bread warmer, prep sink and more. Master bedroom on the main living level with deck access and golf course views.  Two over sized two car garages. .5 acre parcel beautifully landscaped on cul de sac. Recently installed new 75 gallon hot water heater.

NEW PRICE: $1,850,000

Beds: 4
Bath: 4
Garage: 4
Year Built: 1979
Sq. Ft.: 4499
Lot: 0.503 Acres

2015 Incline Village Real Estate sales report

by Marius Poltan

In 2015 the Incline Village real estate market was very active, the number of sold properties were very similar to 2014 sales. Bellow you have the sales reports for Residential Properties, Condominiums and Townhomes for the past 5 years. Please note that these reports were created using the data entered in the Incline Village MLS System before January 11, 2016 and will not reflect any sales not recorded by this date.



5 Upgrades That Make Your Home Smarter and Greener

by Lakeshore Realty

When you hear the term “smart home,” you might think of gimmicky gadgets and unnecessary, yet expensive, upgrades. However, there are many home innovations available today that make your home smarter and more environmentally friendly. If you are considering a smart home upgrade, these products can save you time, reduce your carbon footprint and even save some money on energy costs.

Nest Thermostat

The Nest thermostat system always seems to come up in conversations about smart home devices. It is one of the most innovative home thermostat devices you can buy that saves you time and money in the long run. The system learns from you and your preferred temperatures at certain times of day, and it builds a schedule around your preferences. Nest is designed to save energy, and as you change your settings, the device shows a leaf if it is saving energy and money. According to Nest, the system can save an average of 10 to 15 percent on heating and cooling costs every month.

Occupancy Sensors

The lighting in your home probably accounts for a pretty large portion of your electricity costs, so it can be frustrating when lights are accidentally left on when no one is home or when there is enough natural light. Occupancy sensors automatically turn lights on when they sense motion in a room and turn off when someone leaves. According to the Huffington Post, you also can use sensor-based technology to control light use. They detect the amount of natural sunlight during the day to make sure you only use what you need.

Smart Sensor Dishwasher

Upgrading your appliances to Energy Star-compliant machines is a sure way to save energy, but some devices go even further to conserve. Many new dishwashers and some laundry machines now have smart sensor technology that conserves the amount of water and energy it uses to perform tasks. For example, some Kenmore dishwashers have a built-in SmartWash HE cycle that uses the minimum amount of resources for the particular load it is washing.

Neurio Home Energy Monitor

If you want to find a way to completely monitor all of the energy use in your home, the Neurio Home Energy Monitor is the tool for you. The Neurio sensor is installed in your energy panel and sends data to your smartphone to show you exactly where energy is being used around your house. The application shows you in real time where power is going and your total energy use for the day, week and month. It also suggests saving tips and compares your home to similar households.

Smart Solar Panels

Installing solar panels is undoubtedly a big investment, but the return can be astronomical. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, solar panel installations can save you more than $1,000 every year and increase the value of your home by thousands of dollars. In addition, most people get a federal tax credit for installing solar that goes up to 30 percent of the cost. Solar technology is becoming more user friendly and smarter, too. According to UpNest, many newer installations include smart junction boxes that enable you to monitor the performance of individual panels as well as turn them on and off in case of an emergency.

North Lake Tahoe December 2015 Real Estate Sales Comparison

by Marius Poltan
  • North Lake Tahoe December 2015 Real Estate Sales Comparison

The charts bellow reflect Incline Village real estate sales for the month of December in the past 5 years. These reports we're created individually for Residential Home sales and Condominium Sales.

  • Residential Home Sales Report

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- Please note that the report above was created using data extracted from the MLXChange System and reflects Residential Home sales.

  • Condominium Sales Report

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- Please note that the report above was created using data extracted from the MLXChange System and reflects Condominium sales.

To access all the Incline Village and Lakeshore Realty listings please click here. You can also contact us by email or call us at 775-831-7000. If you are in Incline Village, please visit us at 954 Lakeshore Blvd. Incline Village, NV 89451.

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