377 Rancho La Costa Street
Las Vegas, NV 89138
Spacious Summerlin Home In A Quiet Gated Tree Lined Community
Very spacious home in a quiet gated tree-lined neighborhood in Summerlin. This home features a large family room and kitchen with cathedral ceilings, a loft ideal for entertainment and movie room. The master bedroom and bathroom are downstairs with a cobblestone courtyard, oversized private backyard with a water feature, and a large covered patio.
A home is a unique place where families grow together.
Home is where new additions to the family are welcomed.
Home is where laugh and complicity happen.
Home is where celebrations are held.
Home is where get-togethers unfold.
Home is where memories are forged.
But what happens when you outgrow the home you once loved and cherished?
You feel cramped up. As if you were trying to fit in a too-small shirt, you feel restricted and uneasy.
You lose your sense of pride and focus your attention on what's wrong with it.
It no longer reflects who you are at your core but instead reminds you of what you're not.
You no longer feel in control of your life forced to adjust your standard and settle for what you have instead of what you desire.
What you fail to realize is that it impacts you and your family is much more profound ways you imagine.
Lack of adequate space and rooms sparks arguments.
You no longer feel you are an achiever.
Life is messy and chaotic.
You stop dreaming and believing in yourself.
Desperate for privacy, you isolate yourself.
You can't find peace and harmony.
You are wondering how could have life become so stale and how in the hell you got there.
I'd like you to consider the following: If you've given up on something as essential as living in a home that makes you happy, is it possible that you've also given up on your life, dreams, and dreams?
Is it possible that you've also tamed the burning desire you once had to get nothing less than the best in life under the illusion of being prudent?
Is it possible you've become lenient with yourself? Neglected your relationships, lost your purpose, and not taking care of your body?
Scarcity is a virus that runs through our entire society. It says you can't have what you want because you can't afford it, or it's risky, or you could make a huge mistake.
It is bread everywhere you look at the media, Facebook, advertising, self-talk, water cooler conversations at work, and conversations with your significant other.
It's become the new norm and the death of the American Dream.
It controls your thoughts, desires, actions, and results, living a much smaller life than you want.
But it doesn't have to be this way.
If you look around you, you'll find 1,000 people who live life on their own terms—living in homes that support their well being.
People living in homes that make them proud of their achievements.
Families firmly united operating as one unit, loving and taking care of one another.
Leaders who beat the drums, setting the pace to achieve and inspire more.
People living in comfort and abundance.
Families to whom life seems to smile no matter what.
It's simple: they dream big and take massive actions. They've refused to buy into the scarcity lie and forge their own path.
And it shows up everywhere in their lives: their spirit, relationships, spirituality, and health.
The good news is those blessings are available to you too if you choose to go after them.
And it starts with home: the central nervous system of our great country.
Selling a home to buy another one doesn't have to be scary, feel impossible, or too expensive if you follow a proven path. The same way 1,000's of other homeowners have successfully followed.
We used to live on top of each other and we thought we were managing the situation well. We thought about moving and I used to dream while looking at homes online. I was ready for a change but didn t think we could afford it. When we met Eric, he encouraged us to explore what s possible. He introduced us to his Good Life Method. At first, I was skeptical but thought we would give it a try. We had nothing to lose. To our surprise, we discovered we could afford a larger home with a moderate mortgage payment increase due to the equity we had in our previous home. The entire process was really easy. Eric took a complicated process and turned into a manageable step by step approach. Today we are very happy living in a larger home where everyone feels comfortable and I can see how this has brought all of us closer together.
It was a lot easier than I imagined! I was terrified at the idea of moving mainly because my mortgage payment was very low and I was afraid of letting go of that comfort. I did not want to bite more than I could chew and put me and my family in a financial pinch. This is why I delayed moving for so long. But Eric made it very easy. First of all, when we first met he was very clear that his goal was to help us move-up only if it was in the best interest of my family. He took the time to sit down with me, my wife and the kids and together we made an inventory of the things we didn't like about our house. Next we made a list of what we really wanted. This was a tremendous help and the clarity we gained gave us confidence. After estimating the profit from the sale of our house he then helped us figuring out what our new mortgage payment would be. To my surprise, it was lower than I imagined and we made the decision to move forward. The rest is history, our house sold. We found our new home, bought it and moved in.
After living in our house for 8 years and 2 children later I knew we had outgrown it. The boys who are 6 and 14 shared a room and it was not going well. They were constantly arguing about their personal space. Especially the older one. The neighborhood had changed too and we did not love it as much as we did. This is why we decided to move rather than remodeling and adding to our existing home. Plus with our busy lifestyle, i don t know how I could have possibly managed and live in construction. We were apprehensive. We heard so many horror stories I did not feel confident about the entire process but I also knew we had to do it. When we met Eric and he told us about his Good Life Method we were curious because he seems to really focus on the people rather than making a sale. We trusted him and I know now we made a great choice. His approach is very methodical and leaves nothing up to chance. Today, we ve been in our new home for 3 months and I am very happy and so are the boys!