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  • Sold Properties by Lakeshore Realty Agents and Sold Lakeshore Realty Listings

Below we have a list of properties that were sold by Lakeshore Realty Real Estate Agents and properties that were listed by Lakeshore Realty agents and were sold in the past month.

535 Alpine View Dr.

Bed: 5
Bath: 5.5
Year Built: 1980
Sq. Ft.: 5527

Days on Market: 981
Sold Date: 9/26/2012
Sold Price: $2,800,000

Listing Agent:
Kristi Fisher/Jamie Golden

 

936 Harold Dr.

Bed: 3
Bath: 2
Year Built: 1977
Sq. Ft.: 1152

Days on Market: 80
Sold Date: 08/21/2012
Sold Price: $332,000

Selling Agent:
Peg Augustus

 

970 Dorcey Dr.

Bed: 3
Bath: 2
Year Built: 1973
Sq. Ft.: 1656

Days on Market: 89
Sold Date: 08/22/2012
Sold Price: $410,000

Listing Agent:
Diane Brown 

 

599 Crest Lane

Bed: 3
Bath: 2
Year Built: 1968
Sq. Ft.: 1251

Days on Market: 452
Sold Date: 9/21/2012
Sold Price: $279,000

Selling Agent:
Shahri Masters

 

825 Southwood Blvd.

Bed: 3
Bath: 2
Year Built: 1965
Sq. Ft.: 1200

Days on Market: 108
Sold Date: 9/06/2012
Sold Price: $214,000

Listing Agent:
Pam Fernandez

 

171 Village Blvd.

Bed: 3
Bath: 3
Year Built: 1979
Sq. Ft.: 2118

Days on Market: 81
Sold Date: 8/28/2012
Sold Price: $535,000

Selling Agent:
Sharon Peplau 

 

389 Cottonwood Ct.

Bed: 3
Bath: 2.5
Year Built: 2004
Sq. Ft.: 1294

Days on Market: 182
Sold Date: 9/10/2012
Sold Price: $345,000

Listing Agent:
Shahri Masters

 

939 Incline Way

Bed: 2
Bath: 2
Year Built: 1990
Sq. Ft.: 1111

Days on Market: 436
Sold Date: 9/18/2012
Sold Price: $400,000

Selling Agent:
Peg Augustus

 

837 Southwood Blvd.

Bed: 3
Bath: 2.5
Year Built: 1966
Sq. Ft.: 1332

Days on Market: 498
Sold Date: 8/23/2012
Sold Price: $197,900

Selling Agent:
Chris & Patti Plastiras

 

123 Juanita Dr.

Bed: 4
Bath: 2
Year Built: 1971
Sq. Ft.: 1568

Days on Market: 89
Sold Date: 9/20/2012
Sold Price: $455,000

Selling Agent:
Carole Madrid

 

696 Village Blvd.

Bed: 2
Bath: 2.5
Year Built: 1980
Sq. Ft.: 1672

Days on Market: 106
Sold Date: 09/18/2012
Sold Price: $322,000

Listing Agent:
Kristi Fisher/Jamie Golden

 

929 Northwood Blvd.

Bed: 2
Bath: 2
Year Built: 1982
Sq. Ft.: 1711

Days on Market: 388
Sold Date: 9/04/2012
Sold Price: $535,000

Listing Agent:
Peg Augustus

 

595 Lariat

Bed: 4
Bath: 3.5
Year Built: 1981
Sq. Ft.: 2225

Days on Market: 107
Sold Date: 9/07/2012
Sold Price: $699,000

Listing Agent:
Chris & Patti Plastiras

 

702 College Dr.

Bed: 2
Bath: 2
Year Built: 1970
Sq. Ft.: 1088

Days on Market: 399
Sold Date: 8/24/2012
Sold Price: $120,000

Listing Agent:
Carole Madrid

 

1076 Flume Road





 

Sold Date: 08/21/2012
Sold Price: $524,700

Selling Agent:
Shahri Masters

 

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.

  • New Lakeshore Realty Homes for Sale in Lake Tahoe, Incline Village Nevada

These are some of the newest listings at Lakeshore Realty on the North Lake Tahoe's Incline Village Real Estate Market.

494 Country Club Dr.

Bed: 4
Bath: 3
Year: 1964
Sq. Ft.: 3038

Price: $749,000

VIRTUAL TOUR

Listing Agent:
Chris and Patti Plastiras

 

What a beauty! This Split level home offers spacious family room w/wetbar , fireplace & large bedroom w/sauna,full bath, private outdoor setting. Main level features: Living& Dining adjoining the large kitchen with direct access to outdoor patios.

 

416 country Club Dr.

Bed: 6
Bath: 4.5
Year: 1976
Sq. Ft.: 3677

Price: $895,000

Listing Agent:
Tim Lampe  

This 6 bedroom home is fully furnished and ready to enjoy. 3,677 sq ft, 3 entertainment family-rooms, 2 master bed-rooms, One of Incline most successful Low-Elev Vacation Rental Properties. Excellent history and income potential or Enjoy! BMP's Done.

 

947 Incline Way

Bed: 2
Bath: 2
Year: 1991
Sq. Ft.: 1089

 

Price: $409,000

 

Listing Agent:
Peg Augustus

Prime location at end of cluster for lots of privacy on deck overlooking common area. One level on ground flr.Walk to beach, Recreation Center, Tennis, Hyatt. Stone fireplace, dining room w/built-in hutch. Newer oven/microwave. Excellent condition, shows well.

 

929 Northwood Blvd.

Bed: 3
Bath: 2.5
Year: 1995
Sq. Ft.: 1805

Price: $559,995

 

Listing Agent:
Chris & Patty Plastiras

Square footage is larger than listed, property will be measured by licensed appraiser. Simply elegant home completely remodeled with many many features. Lake & Ski Resort views. Beautifully landscaped yard with waterfall all situated on .85 acres.

 

123 Juanita Dr.

Bed: 3
Bath: 2
Year: 1971
Sq. Ft.: 1253

Price: $418,000

Listing Agent:
Kristi Fisher 

 

Great location within complex. South-facing unit with easy access to club house and pool. Good rental history. Fully furnished turn-key.

 

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.

Events Calendar for Incline Village, Sept 26 - Oct 6

by Lakeshore Realty
Wed Sept 26  
10am – 1pm NTHC Yom Kippur Service
7000 Latone Avenue, Tahoe Vista, CA
Join North Tahoe Hebrew Congregation for High Holy Days. Full schedule on our webpage. All are welcome! Contact pam.dickerman@yahoo.com or 539-546-0895
4 – 4:45pm     Multicultural Story Time
Incline Village Library
Multicultural stories, songs, and crafts. Part of the Community Read Events.
Contact sharvey@washoecounty.us, 775-832-4130

 

Fri Sept 28  
2 – 3:30pm     Incline Middle School & Lake Tahoe School Invitational Cross Country meet
IMS is hosting a cross country meet with middle schools from South Tahoe, Carson and Reno. Give community support as our middle schoolers are having a super successful season! Contact 775.832.4220 or jhowell@washoeschools.net
6 – 9pm Tahoe Adventure Film Festival - Road Tour 2012
The world's best adventure sports film of the year. Proceeds benefit the Carson Valley Arts Council. Contact cvartscouncil@yahoo.com or 775-782-8207
7:30pm Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
The Nevada Opera presents Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Purchase tickets at Pioneer Center's website www.pioneercenter.com or call Janette at the Opera office at (775) 786-4046, M-F, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

 

Sat Sept 29  
10am – 2pm Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day
Join the League to Save Lake Tahoe for this year's volunteer event featuring forest and riparian restoration projects including trail restoration, small forest fuels removal, river bank restoration, and sugar pine plantings. Volunteers of all ages and abilities welcome to participate. Please RSVP to events@keeptahoeblue.org or call 530-541-5388 for more information.
10am – 2pm Second Annual TFS Bowl For Families
The Bowl for Families Event will be a day filled with prizes, food, and fun for all participants. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Tahoe Family Solutions (TFS) in the Tahoe Basin area by supporting TFS’ programs which include a summer camp for kids, affordable personal and family counseling on a sliding scale, and homework help for kids at Incline Elementary School. If you have any questions, or to register a team, call the TFS office at 775-298-0004.
3pm Peak of the Rim Harvest Moon Hike
Enjoy vistas of Lake Tahoe and Tahoe Meadows at destination atop Relay Peak - at 10,338' the high point on the Tahoe Rim Trail. Enjoy dinner as you take in the panoramic 360 degree views. Arrive just in time to watch the sun set far to the west and the moon rise to the east.
Contact: jaimes@tahoerimtrail.org, 775-298-0231

 

Sun Sept 30  
2pm Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
The Nevada Opera presents Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Purchase tickets at Pioneer Center's website www.pioneercenter.com or call Janette at the Opera office at (775) 786-4046, M-F, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

 

Tues Oct 2  
4 – 7pm Erika Gillette – The American Response to Vietnamese Buddhism
Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences 139-141, Sierra Nevada College. Part of the Community Read Events. Contact Librarian Betts Markle at library@sierranevada.edu

 

Wed Oct 3  
3:30 – 4:30pm Open Water Food Web Dynamics in Lake Tahoe
UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center, Sierra Nevada College. Dr. Dave Beauchamp will share what is known about Lake trout, Kokanee salmon and Mysid shrimp interactions in the open water (pelagic zone) of Lake Tahoe based on past research and will also describe the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service efforts to fill in information gaps related to the Kokanee salmon, Mysid shrimp, and Lake Tahoe zooplankton. He will describe the influence of seasonal changes in environmental conditions, food supply, predation and competition. No-Host bar at 5:30. Contact tercinfo@ucdavis.edu or 775 881 7560

 

Thurs Oct 4  
4pm The Things They Carried discussion
Incline Village Public Library. A discussion of The Things They Carried by author Tim O’Brien. Part of the Community Read Events.
Contact sharvey@washoecounty.us, 775-832-4130
6 – 9pm 8th Annual Passport to Dining
North Tahoe Business Association's All-You-Can-Eat fundraiser. Tastings form over 25 restaurants, wineries, breweries and distilleries. More information

 

Fri Oct 5  
2-4pm     Lifescapes
Incline Village Library
Every 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month
775-832-4130

 

Sat Oct 6  
8am - 2pm Fall Colors on the Flume Trail
Fall is the best time to hike the Flume Trail and enjoy fall colors above Lake Tahoe. This hike will climb up steep Tunnel Creek Road, but the views will be worth it as we follow the rolling terrain on the Flume Trail. We will turn around when the group has had its fill of beauty and then enjoy a downward journey back to our starting point. Don’t forget your camera!
Contact: jaimes@tahoerimtrail.org, 775-298-0231
5:30 – 8:30pm Mystery Dinner Theater
Annual Mystery Dinner Fundraiser: Billiban's Island, Directed by Sandra Irvin. Live auction, Silent auction, Raffle Prizes and Door Prizes. All proceeds will be used to help establish a science room where kids and parents alike can discover the wonder of science through scienctific discovery.
Contact 775-884-2226 for more information.

 

Coming Up - Take Part in the Incline Village Oktoberfest!

by Lakeshore Realty

Oktoberfest will be held at Village Center on Saturday, October 13th, 2012 from 12 - 5pm. Be part of the Community Fair! Benefits go to Tahoe Family Solutions (TFS).

Oktoberfest at Village Center Oct 13th, 2012 - 12-5pm

For more information call Amy or Sharon at 298-0004

 

Tahoe Family Solutions (TFS) will be hosting the Second Annual TFS Bowl For Families (BFF) on Saturday, September, 29th from 12:00pm to 5:00pm at the Bowl Incline Lanes, 920 Southwood Boulevard, Incline Village, NV 89451. Proceeds from the event will benefit families in the Tahoe Basin area by supporting TFS’ programs which include a summer camp for kids, affordable personal and family counseling on a sliding scale, and homework help for kids at Incline Elementary School.

Tahoe Family Solutions (TFS) will be hosting the Second Annual TFS Bowl For Families (BFF) on Saturday, September, 29th

The Bowl for Families Event will be a day filled with prizes, food, and fun for all participants. All bowlers will have the chance to win the grand prize, a 2 carat diamond earring set with a retail value of $8000 donated by “Diamonds by Shai.” Additional prizes include a 2-night stay at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort and gift certificates from local merchants including Forever Rox, the Potlatch, the Big Water Grille and Bowl Incline. 
 
Each team of 4 formed will have 2.5 hours to bowl two games; prizes are awarded for high and low scores and sponsorship totals.
 
Please consider forming a team and participating in this fun and impactful day.
 
If you have any questions, or to register a team, call the TFS office at 775-298-0004.
 
2012 BFF sponsors include Diamonds by Shai, Bowl Incline and the North Lake Tahoe Bonanza.

 

Events Calendar for Incline Village, Sept 19 - Sept 26

by Lakeshore Realty
Wed Sept 19  
4 – 7pm Music @ Incline Beach,
at the Barefoot Beach Bar/Concession building
5 – 7pm     IVGID Senior Programs; PICKLEBALL!
IVGID Tennis Center
(775) 832-1325

 

Thurs Sept 20  
6:30 – 9pm Fireside Chat with Local Veterans
Sierra Nevada College - TCES 139-141
The Stories We Carry: Vietnam to Afghanistan. Join us for a fascinating panel discussion with eight veterans from the wars in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Community Read Events
775-881-7511

 

Fri Sept 21  
2-4pm     Lifescapes
Incline Village Library
Every 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month
775-832-4130
7 – pm Music @ Incline Beach,
at the Barefoot Beach Bar/Concession building
7 – 9pm Author Tim O'Brien to Speak at Sierra Nevada College
Sierra Nevada College
The Stories We Carry: Vietnam to Afghanistan. Join us for a fascinating panel discussion with eight veterans from the wars in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Community Read Events
775-881-7511

 

Sat Sept 22  
10am - 2pm Fall Equinox Carpe Canines Hike
Seize the day and seize your dog and get them out on the trail with the TRTA. Enjoy gentle rolling hills and a pleasant day out with your loyal companion. 7.2 miles; $5/Car at the Meiss Meadow Trailhead off of Carson Pass.
Contact: jaimes@tahoerimtrail.org, 775-298-0231
11am – 1pm Dog Days of Fall
This will be an opportunity to bring your pooch to the Burnt Cedar pool for some water fun. There will also be a variety of dog demonstrations, information, contests, and prizes. Free.
Contact justin_bluhm@ivgid.org, 775-832-1321
4 – 10pm Kids & Horses Silver Spur Jubilee
Kids & Horses is holding its Silver Spur Jubilee at the Crystal Bay Club Casino, Northshore Lake Tahoe. The evening will include dinner, dancing, live music by Jacked Up, silent and live auctions and raffle prizes. All proceeds go to Kids & Horses Therapeutic Riding Center.
Contact 775-843-3544.
7 – 11pm Institute of Rock Open Mic/Jam/Karaoke Night
Live musicians play and sing on professional stage complete with PA and stage lighting. Plug and play, all gear already in place. Raley's Center, around the corner from Radio Shack, next to Arnie's Pizza to Go.
Contact pittmanpines1@nvbell.net, 775-544-4550

 

Mon Sept 24  
2:30pm Cooking at the Castle
Learn to cook like a pro in a Castle-in-the-Sky fundraiser for Thunderbird Lake Tahoe. Seating limited. Contact: barbi@thunderbirdtahoe.org, 775-832-8752
Tues Sept 25  
4 – 7pm The Fog of War Film and Discussion
Incline Village Library
Robert S. McNamara (former Secretary of Defense under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson) offers new and often surprising insights into the effects of the Vietnam War. A Community Read Program.
Contact sharvey@washoecounty.us, 775-832-4130
4:30 – 9:30pm IVGID Senior's S.T.E.P. Out to High Sierra Dance Club
Join IVGID Senior Programs for a exciting night of food, socializing and swing dancing!
Contact jj@ivgid.org, (775) 832-1325
5 – 8pm eLearning Cafe Night at the Hacienda De La Sierra
The Hacienda De La Sierra will have a special dinner menu with a portion of proceeds to benefit the eLearning Cafe.
Contact gplearning1@gmail.com, 775-831-2423

 

Wed Sept 26  
4 – 7pm Music @ Incline Beach,
at the Barefoot Beach Bar/Concession building
5 – 7pm     IVGID Senior Programs; PICKLEBALL!
IVGID Tennis Center
(775) 832-1325
4 – 4:45pm     Multicultural Story Time
Incline Village Library
Multicultural stories, songs, and crafts. Part of the Community Read Events.
Contact sharvey@washoecounty.us, 775-832-4130

 

Author Tim O’Brien is Featured Speaker for SNC’s 2012 Common Read Events

by Lakeshore Realty
Author Tim O'Brien is Featured Speaker at Sierra Nevada College this Friday
 

Sierra Nevada College presents an evening with Tim O’Brien on Friday, September 21 at 7 p.m. at the college campus. O'Brien is this year's featured speaker in SNC's "One Book, One Campus" program. This year, all incoming students and college faculty read the author's The Things They Carried, O'Brien's 1990 story collection about the Vietnam War. The book, whose title story received the National Magazine Award, was named one of the twenty best books of the last quarter century by the New York Times.

Author Tim O'Brien is Featured Speaker at Sierra Nevada College this Friday

This program is made possible by grant funding from the Library Services and Technology Act, the Nevada State Library and Archives, the Institute for Museum and Library Services, and Nevada Humanities. The Community Read of The Things They Carried has been expanded this year to include the entire Incline Village/Crystal Bay community, with Incline Village High School students and local book groups reading the book and joining the discussion. Copies of the book are available at the Incline Village Public Library and Sierra Nevada College's Prim Library.

In addition to the free presentation by Tim O'Brien on Friday, September 21, the author will hold a writing workshop ($50) the following morning from 10am-12pm. Please contact the SNC Registrar's Office to register for the Saturday morning workshop. Contact Jane Rainwater at 775.881.7435 or email her at jrainwater@sierranevada.edu. Contact Librarian Betts Markle at library@sierranevada.edu or visit Common Read to learn more about the program.

View or download a list of related events to be held at the Incline Village Library.

 

Here's an article about Lake Tahoe!

by Lakeshore Realty

duPont Registry, the premier magazine about luxury homes, just came out with a special edition on Lake Tahoe and Incline Village. In it there is an article about us!

Escape to Nevada - DuPont Registry

Escape to Nevada

 

Real estate industry welcomes changes to FHA condo rules

by Lakeshore Realty

Real estate industry welcomes changes to FHA condo rules

Investor ownership limit upped, legal liabilities for HOA boards reduced

By Ken Harney, Friday, September 14, 2012.

The Federal Housing Administration has finally done what it promised back in May: published revised rules that could convince condo associations across the country to get certified or re-certified for financing, thereby opening individual unit owners and sellers to low down payment, FHA-insured mortgages once again.

For condo boards, real estate agents and property managers, the long-awaited rule changes announced yesterday should prove to be "excellent news," that will "help spark home sales and help tens of thousands of condominium associations recover from the housing slump," according to the Community Associations Institute, the largest U.S. trade group in the field.

Among other changes, the rules eliminate some of the legal liability headaches that caused many condo boards to balk at FHA certifications; raise the permissible investor-ownership limit; and increase the percentage of non-residential, commercial use allowed in an FHA-certified project.
 
To Christopher Gardner, managing member of FHAProsLLC, a Los Angeles-based firm that assists condo boards with their applications for FHA certifications, the changes "aren't a home run but maybe a double," but should still significantly reduce the impediments associations encountered in seeking FHA approvals.
 
Under federal rules, individual units in condo projects are not eligible for financing unless the entire project has passed FHA's certification process, which looks at project budgets, reserves, forthcoming capital improvement needs, insurance policies, delinquent payments of association dues, composition of renters versus owner-occupants, and various other factors.
 
Industry experts welcomed the revisions to the certification form itself, which previously intimidated condo association officers because it appeared to ask them to accept broad legal liability on matters they couldn't totally be certain about, such as disputes among tenants in the building, litigation filed with courts involving the condo project or board, compliance with local and state regulations and the like.

Though FHA attempted to reassure them that it would be rare that the government would seek the maximum penalties in cases of misinformation in applications for certification, those penalties nonetheless were daunting: up to $1 million in fines and 30 years in prison.
 
Now the certification form asks a single signer representing the association to attest that, to the signer's knowledge and belief, the information in the application is accurate, has been reviewed by an attorney, and that the project complies with local and state regulations.

The signer also must warrant that he or she has no knowledge of circumstances that might have an adverse impact on the project, including construction defects, "operational issues," or legal problems. The federal penalties remain, but consultants such as Gardner say the revisions should alleviate "a lot of the fears" boards had with the previous language.
 
The rule changes published Thursday are "temporary" until FHA replaces them with formal, final regulations that would be preceded by proposed rules giving the industry additional opportunity to seek improvements. The new policies also represent the culmination of lengthy negotiations between FHA and industry groups, including NAR, CAI and consulting and management firms that started last spring.

At a conference held by the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors Thursday, acting FHA commissioner Carol J. Galante said the revisions show "that we listened" to the critiques from the industry, while still protecting the government's insurance funds.

Under the previous rules, condo associations abandoned FHA in droves, even at significant costs to their own unit owners who suddenly had difficulty selling because FHA financing was no longer available to purchasers.

Only one out of 10 condo associations that would normally qualify for FHA financing currently is certified, according to Gardner, whose firm maintains a massive database of information on condos. HUD confirms that just 2,100 out of a possible 25,000 projects had obtained certifications or recertifications as of late last year.

The human costs of the previous rules were sometime extreme, Gardner says. In one case, an elderly woman who owned a unit in a non-certified community sought to obtain an FHA reverse mortgage in order to help pay the costs of her cancer treatments. The condo board said no -- it didn't want to run the certification gauntlet or take on the legal liabilities.

Among the key changes now in effect:

  • The investor ownership limit in existing projects has been raised to 50 percent. Previously there was a 10 percent cap on the number of units owned by any single investment entity. Now the rule states that "any investor/entity (single or multiple owner entities) may own up to 50 percent of the total units…if at least 50 percent of the total units in the project" are owned or under contract for purchase by owner-occupants.
  • The percentage of space used for commercial/non-residential purposes in a project is limited to 25 percent, but applicants can request exceptions up to 35 percent and even above in certain mixed-use developments that are still "primarily residential" in character and where the project is "free of adverse conditions to the occupants of the individual condominium units."
  • Condo associations in which as many as 15 percent of unit owners are 60 days delinquent on their condo fees will now be eligible for certification. Under the previous rules, no more than 15 percent could be 30 days late. This was a major issue for many associations since they didn't track 30-day delinquencies. Industry groups had sought a 90 day delinquency standard.
  • Previous confusion over FHA requirements on fidelity bonds for management companies -- with coverage that sometimes duplicated what was already maintained by the condo association itself -- appears to be resolved. If the association's fidelity bond policy names the management company as an insured or agent, it should pass muster.

 
Ken Harney writes an award-winning, nationally syndicated column, "The Nation's Housing," and is the author of two books on real estate and mortgage finance.

Copyright 2012 Inman News

 

Kids & Horses is holding its Silver Spur Jubilee, the 13th Annual Western Celebration Saturday, September 22, 2012 from 4-10 pm at the Crystal Bay Club Casino, Northshore Lake Tahoe. The evening will include dinner, dancing, live music by Jacked Up, silent and live auctions and raffle prizes. All proceeds go to Kids & Horses Therapeutic Riding Center.

Kids & Horses Silver Spur Jubilee, Sept 22, 2012

For more information or to purchase tickets visit Kids and Horses, or call 775-843-3544.

Please RSVP by September 15, 2012

 

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