You have been warned.
The National Real Estate Council has issued a warning about condominium sales and listing activity in the Las Vegas area.
The NREC said it is concerned by a rise in condo sales in the past few years, as well as a spike in condo prices in recent months.
It says sales of existing condominium units are up by about 30 percent in the first quarter of 2018, compared with the same period a year ago.
The average price of a condo in the region was $3,737, a 4 percent increase from a year earlier.
It said the condo market in the city of Las Vegas has become increasingly competitive.
The condominium market has become more competitive over the past year or so, said John Pechele, NRES senior vice president for real estate.
“It’s really a matter of people wanting to buy and people wanting the opportunity to buy,” he said.
“This is not the way it was in the 1990s or 2000s, but it’s becoming more competitive and more desirable to people looking to buy condominium.
There’s a lot of speculation about what the market might look like, but the reality is it’s still very competitive.”
The condominium bubble is a phenomenon that has swept through the U.S. in recent years, according to NREs latest report.
In the past five years, condo prices have more than doubled.
The housing market is recovering slowly, but condo sales have skyrocketed.
In September, the NREA issued its second report since its first report in October 2018, which found that the U,S.
housing market has seen a 25 percent increase in new condo construction.
In October, the average price for a condo was $1,062, up from $1 and a half years ago.
The NREB is also warning that many condominium investors may be putting off buying because of recent changes in housing policies.
The policy changes have forced many people to refinance their mortgages or pay down their debt, which can result in a loss of equity in the property.
In October, U..
S President Donald Trump announced that he would be reopening the mortgage-forgiveness program.
Trump has previously said that he believes that the economy needs to be able to support more Americans, and that a lot more people should have mortgages.
The president has said he believes more people would be better off if they had a higher income, and the NRC report suggests that many people are taking a wait-and-see approach to the mortgage refinance program.
“We’re really concerned about people who are making a lot on the house but not making the most of it,” Pecherle said.
“The economy is actually doing well right now, and so we’re really seeing people who want to buy condos who have been left behind by the housing market.
They’re struggling to find the right investments.”
He added, “We’re seeing a lot less speculation.
We’re seeing more demand for condo and townhouse construction, which is encouraging.”
The NRC’s report comes a day after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the first time in four years, and a day before the start of the holiday shopping season.
The economy will likely be sluggish this year, but Pecherele said that could change over the coming months.
“We think we’re likely to have a bounce-back in economic activity over the next couple of months, but we’re not sure yet,” he noted.