This stunning home is ideally located on the 9th hole of Lakeridge Golf course. In addition to being fully renovated, the modern floor to ceiling windows highlight the exceptional views and expansive patio. Entertainers will love the many areas that are perfect for socializing. The kitchen has been completely updated with sleek new cabinetry, and gorgeous countertops, including an enormous island, new fixtures, and a classic subway-tiled wall. There is a wood-burning fireplace in the great room!

5050 Rio Pinar Drive, Reno 89509

$1,300,000




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Months Supply of Inventory (also known as absorption rate) is the amount of time it would take to sell all…

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A hot new scam targets home buyers: down payment wire fraud.

Hackers send bogus emails, telling buyers where to wire the down payment money. The stolen money disappears. The home buyer ends up with an empty bank account and a broken heart.

Hundreds of millions of dollars have been stolen this way. But you can avoid that fate by making one phone call. It’s that simple.

How the mortgage scam happens

Stacy Hennessey, a real estate agent in Falls Church, Virginia, was targeted by this scam, but she didn’t fall for it. If you follow her example, you won’t get defrauded, either.

Hennessey was buying a house in Maryland. About a week before the scheduled closing, she received an email that appeared to be from her real estate agent. The email told…

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