Friday, November 03, 2006


The market for international real estate has been growing at a fast pace; therefore, our team at strives to maintain an integrative strategy allowing you to take advantage of the unlimited potentials of international land listings.

According to Rick Markley from Internet Retailer, the Office Depot is one of the most aggressive U.S. retailers abroad, and currently has numerous websites as well as a local physical presence all around the world. Their success can be attributed to the fact that their business approach is to think locally. They use the local language, use local distributors as well as hiring local people. would like to encourage you to use our services to expand your business globally, while still thinking locally. Some of the ways in which we are already achieving this is by allowing our users to post their listings using their local currency, and by using the Metric System instead of the English Units system when inputting the land area of their property. We have also included the Spanish FAQ’s for those users who need help using and translating our website.

Furthermore, by including our users’ websites along with each of their listings, we are encouraging our visitors who click on their listing to learn a little more about the particular county’s culture and profile, since this is some of the information that can be found on some of these websites.

Our members are also able to find and contact other members of LandBlueBook by using our Web Directory; here they can chose a country and find our members’ names and websites.

In our effort to build a global community through our website, we are offering to build a Blog for each of our new members for FREE. Their Blog will include their company’s profile as well a link to their website and to our Blog. We will put a link to their Blog on the LandBlueBook Blog so that our visitors will have access to it. Naturally, our members will be able to modify their Blog once we create it, inputting any information they believe might be relevant to their business practices.

LandBlueBook only provides you with a resource to help you sell globally, while still thinking locally; it is up to you to take advantage of all we have to offer. Join the Membership Today!

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Land Listings in Clark County, NV

Clark C-ty, NV, 1.34 Acres, 850,000 USD, for Single Family use

Clark C-ty, NV, 6.44 Acres, 3,500,000 USD, for Commercial use

Clark C-ty, NV, 3.00 Acres, 1,500,000 USD, for Estate Lots use

Clark C-ty, NV, 5.00 Acres, 2,000,000 USD, for Estate Lots use

Clark C-ty, NV, 2.50 Acres, 975,000 USD, for Development

Latino home buyers targeted as dynamic portion of market

"One in four home buyers in Las Vegas is Hispanic, and the real estate industry is trying to catch on as quickly as possible.

It is not just the growth rate of Hispanic families that is driving the number of home sales. Families headed by illegal immigrants are more and more using a Taxpayer Identification number to qualify for a home loan — an option offered by banks since around 2003.
The trends are especially noticeable in Las Vegas, Gardea said. By comparison, one in seven homebuyers nationally are Hispanic.

Hispanics made up 26 percent of Clark County's population in 2005, according to the Census Bureau's American Community Survey. They were 22 percent of the county's population in 2000.

Stated differently, the number of Hispanics grew 48 percent in Clark County between 2000 and 2005, while the county's non-Hispanic population grew by 18 percent. " read more

By Cristina Rodriguez, IBLV