Resilient Housing Market: Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty Has Stellar Month of July

July Sig Sales Blog Post

The housing market continues to exhibit remarkable resilience, with Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty achieving exceptional sales volume for the month of July. Particularly noteworthy is Incline Village and Crystal Bay, where the market demonstrated exceptional performance, contributing to over half of this impressive sales volume as seen in some of the significant sales listed below.


In a year where the market has been difficult to navigate, Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty had a record setting month by closing over $62M in sales volume in Incline, and commanding 35% of the market share for the month of July.

Anne Wulff, Vice President and Managing Broker



893 Lakeshore Boulevard


This lakefront property in beautiful Incline Village is truly a unique opportunity. This legacy home has 100 feet of lake frontage and is situated on 0.89 of an acre. Originally constructed in 1958, the home features an expansive deck only steps away from Lake Tahoe and panoramic lake views from sunrise to sunset. This gated parcel provides an amazing setting to build the home of your dreams.

Seller represented by Jamie Golden and Kristi Thordarson


817 Lakeshore Boulevard


Like many properties in Lake Tahoe, this exceptional home had an illustrious history and a wonderful story to be told. Due to some extensive knowledge and history of working with family trusts and estates, market expertise, and local connections our talented agents made this sale possible. With seamless coordination, we achieved a satisfying outcome for everyone involved.

Seller was represented by David Gemme and buyer was represented by Alex Min 



525 Lakeshore Boulevard


This stunning home is a front row lakefront condo at Crystal Shores West in Incline Village, NV. It has been remodeled with panoramic lake view, steps from the HOA sandy beach. Includes an assigned boat slip for the 2023 season.

Buyer represented by Jamie Golden and Kristi Thordarson