Lic. #: S.0078373
A licensed real estate agent since 2008, Tracy Knowles has experienced the ups and downs and recovery of the diverse Las Vegas area real estate market. A resident of Clark County for 23 years, Tracy has seen the area grow and expand making her the perfect agent for local, relocating and international clients.
Tracy works with clients first by understanding their needs and goals and then providing the education they need to make the best decisions for their specific situation. She helps sellers to find the optimal targeted list price then negotiating the best contract possible. She works with buyers to focus on the big picture, location, lifestyle, and so on. Her previous work for a financial company has been a proven asset for her clients as she understands their ‘whole-picture’ approach to their real estate transaction.
Clients say they value her hands-on approach, dedication, strong negotiating skills, knowledge, and genuine nature above all else. She has demonstrated time and again her solid business acumen and innate ability to connect all the elements of a real estate transaction. This ensures a seamlessly positive experience for her clients in ways that simplify their lives while reaching their financial goals. From the moment Tracy starts working with you, until the moment you close on your home, she will never stop thinking about your real estate experience.
Tracy’s sphere of influence expands beyond the real estate world into the community at large. Tracy is actively involved in and understands the value of the Las Vegas’ Valley communities, its school options, its military housing needs and its different neighborhood dynamics. Her community involvement proves her to be not just a real estate agent, but a trusted adviser, neighbor, and friend.
When Tracy is not previewing properties or helping clients sell or find their next home, she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking Mt Charleston and Red Rock, reading a great book, actively participating in her religious community and volunteering with a local non-profit children’s choir.