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Meet Ivan Sher: #1 in Las Vegas Luxury Real Estate

With over 14 years’ experience, Ivan Sher has made his mark with his commitment to exceptional service. Specializing in high-end homes and luxury high rise properties, Ivan has become an expert in the Las Vegas luxury real estate market. He recently represented the buyer & seller in the highest selling transaction ever in Las Vegas. After a 12-year partnership with the legendary Florence Shapiro, the Shapiro & Sher Group has earned a reputation of being the best in the business. With sales in excess of $2B and ranking as the #2 team nationally for Berkshire Hathaway in 2015, there is no better resource for Las Vegas luxury real estate.

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"If you want to buy or sell a home in Las Vegas, real estate agent Ivan Sher is one to call. Sher continuously ranks as one of the top-producing agents in the US."

— Wall Street Journal

"In his more-than-two-decade career, Sher has racked up more than $2 billion in sales, consistently ranking as one of the top producers in the country."

— Forbes Magazine

"Shapiro & Sher is the leading Las Vegas real estate team with over $2 Billion in sales to their name and having sold some of the most prestigious homes in the market."

— Haute Living

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