Every Las Vegas real estate agent that is interested in the Internet should read this story. A very interesting survey was just conducted in California and the results point the way towards a national trend. The 2005 “Internet Versus Traditional Buyers Survey” found that 62 percent of buyers made the World Wide Web an integral part of the shopping process, up from 56 percent a year ago, said the California Association of Realtors. The survey found that 86 percent of California buyers went online to find an agent while 75 percent looked for a home, then an agent. Sixty three percent of first-time buyers said the Internet played a crucial role in the transaction versus 46 percent for repeat buyers. The survey began tracking shopping habits in 1999 and Internet use among buyers crossed the 50 percent mark for the first time last year. MS Las Vegas Real Estate is fully aware of the crucial role played by the web in todays real estate market. Our comprehensive website is testament to that fact.