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Ready to Move-In Homes for Sale in Las Vegas

Now is a great time to buy new homes in Las Vegas. With immediate move-in and $0 down options, LGI Homes can help you find an affordable, high-quality home in the communities listed below.
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La Madre Steptoe Saddle Brook
La Madre
North Las Vegas
Now Selling in Exceptional Location
$1,389/mo.*
Saddle Brook
Las Vegas
Now Selling
$1,179/mo.*
Steptoe
Las Vegas
Sold Out
Sold Out

Las Vegas's Affordable New Construction Home Builder

LGI Homes’ new communities combine the best of both worlds: affordable homeownership and the world famous attractions and amenities of the greater Las Vegas area. Our conveniently located communities show our ongoing commitment to service, quality, and value. Experience reduced living expenses, a slower pace, and open environments that exist just a short drive from downtown Las Vegas.

If you’ve always wanted to purchase a home in Las Vegas, LGI Homes can help make that happen. We provide a No Money Down program where you work with independent mortgage specialists to see if you qualify for an affordable monthly payment. As one of the top Las Vegas home builders, LGI Homes has a professional team that will act as your guide during the whole buying process so that you can quickly move into a new house you can call your own.

Do you want to look at houses for sale in Las Vegas? You can start by contacting one of the following Las Vegas communities to see what LGI Homes currently has available.

La Madre - (866) 874-9531 - Las Vegas, Nevada
Saddle Brook - (888) 603-7166 - Las Vegas, Nevada
Steptoe - (866) 874-9531 - North Henderson, Nevada

LGI Homes not only gives you affordable options for your new home; we give you houses featuring expert craftsmanship. Our superior quality construction allows us to offer an industry leading 10-year structural warranty, giving you confidence that you’re making a smart purchase. When you buy a new home with LGI Homes, you’ll also be avoiding the added maintenance and upkeep expenses you see when you purchase an older house. In case you’ve always thought buying a new home is out of your reach, LGI Homes has a dedicated team that can show you how to achieve your homeownership dream.

About Las Vegas, NV

Founded in 1905, Las Vegas is known as the “Entertainment Capital of the World.” Most people know Las Vegas for its many lavish casinos, high-end shopping, dining, and entertainment, all of which make tourism a leading driver of the Las Vegas economy. In fact, more than 40 million tourists visit Las Vegas every year. Some of the top Las Vegas attractions include the Strip, Hoover Dam, Cirque du Soleil, the Neon Museum, and Fremont Street.

But Las Vegas is more than its collection of casinos and elaborate entertainment. Other industries and companies have made a big impact, providing thousands of jobs to people who live in and around the city. Companies with headquarters in the city include Zappos.com and Allegiant Air, and some of the biggest employers in Las Vegas outside of the tourism industry include Wal-Mart, Southwest Airlines, Home Depot, and CenturyLink.

Another reason so many people look for new homes in Las Vegas, NV is the wonderful weather. The city enjoys an average of 310 days of sunshine every year, and winters are known for being mild and pleasant. So if you don’t like snow and cold weather, Las Vegas may be the perfect place for you.

With so much to offer, it’s easy to see why lots of people are looking for new Las Vegas homes for sale. If you want to buy a new house, LGI Homes will work with you so you can find the perfect home in one of our beautiful communities. Contact LGI Homes today to get started on your journey to homeownership.

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Energy Efficiency

With communities in some of the hottest states across the country, we understand that it's important for our homes to be not only attractive and well-constructed, but also energy efficient. We strive to provide our residents in Texas, Arizona, California, Minnesota, Alabama, Oklahoma, Nevada, Oregon, New Mexico, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Washington, Colorado and Florida with some of the most energy efficient homes.

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