Former Rebels hoopster turned realtor sells 4BD Vegas home for $2.55M

Greg S. Goorjian and his wife, Patricia, sold a four-bedroom, 4.5 bath at 9621 Verlaine Court in Las Vegas to Rams Horn Properties, Inc. for $2.55 million on July 2.

The Goorjians paid $115,000 for the property in 2003. The 5,336 square foot house, which is in the Peccole Ranch subdivision, was built in 2004.

Mr. Goorjian is vice president of marketing and sales for the One Queensridge Place project. A former star basketball player during high school and college, he is the son of Ed Goorjian, who is one of the most successful high school coaches in California state history.

During his high school years at Crescenta Valley High, Greg led the team to two-straight Nevada Class 2A state titles and was named a McDonald's All-American and a Parade All-American during his senior year in 1978.

He has lived in Las Vegas since 1981 and entered the real estate business after graduating from UNLV, where he played for the Rebels. He was drafted by the Golden State Warriors during the 1983 NBA Draft but was eventually released.

Goorjian has coached his youngest son at The Meadows School in Summerlin. He was formerly married to Leann Peccole, youngest daughter of Las Vegas real estate magnate William Peccole of Peccole Nevada Corporation, where he also served executive assistant.

He holds a degree in business administration with emphasis on real estate and finance.

Mr. and Mrs. Goorjian bought a condo in One Queensridge Place for $2,378,064 on May 19.

Home sales in Las Vegas increased four percent in 2008 versus sales in 2007. The median sales price dropped from $275,000 to $230,000.

Address: 9621 Verlaine Court
Buyer(s): Rams Horn Properties Llc
Seller(s): Greg S Goorjian and Patricia Lynn Goorjian
Sale date: Jul. 2, 2008