“If you go to the desert, you’re looking at a lot of things that are probably a lot older than the city.
They’re really, really old,” said Richard Fessler, an appraiser who specializes in commercial properties.
“The most interesting ones are a lot closer to the city because of the elevation.”
Fessler said that’s why he sees so many properties in the region that have been renovated.
“It’s a great way to see what the history of that place is,” he said.
“There’s an appreciation for what this place is about.”
The desert is home to a wide variety of ancient artifacts.
It’s the world’s largest desert, and is home for some of the most iconic landscapes in the world.
But Fessler said many of these historic buildings have been abandoned.
“If you see the buildings that are just sitting there, you would think they were abandoned for years,” Fessler explained.
“But the fact is, they were built to last, so they’re not really derelict.
They’ve been maintained for a long time, and they’re still there.”
Fessler has a lot to say about what’s left behind, and he said the most interesting and unusual ones are usually the ones that haven’t been updated.
He pointed to a couple of buildings that were once home to an art gallery.
“They’re now, I think, the best preserved examples of a single building in the entire United States,” Feller said.
Feller said these two buildings in the city of Las Vegas, located just west of the Strip, are particularly interesting.
“In fact, I’d say the only building that I know of in the United States that’s the only remaining example of a one-story, brick, single-story building in Las Vegas,” Follers said.
Fessler told Fox News that these two structures are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what he calls “cultural and historic preservation.”
Follinger said that the lack of modern conveniences like elevators and bathrooms is one reason why he thinks this type of preservation is important.
“It’s important because if you don’t have any modern convenience, you don.t have anything,” he explained.
As for how to get started, Fessler suggested looking into some of these properties on the internet.
“You don’t need a lot in your budget to do this,” he added.
“If it’s something you want to do, it’s a very, very inexpensive way to do it.”
Fessler also suggested that it’s important to think about what the community wants to preserve, and how it’s done.
“A lot of the things that have to be preserved are things that the community has never even touched before, like the art, the history, the landscape, and everything else that’s part of the desert,” he stressed.
It’s not unusual for a community to get very creative with what it wants to keep, Foller said.
In fact, Feller often sees a lot more community-driven preservation efforts in his work.
“We’ve had a lot, and it’s all very community-focused,” he noted.
“We just really try to create the best possible community we can,” Falleys added.
In fact the community is so passionate about preservation that they are working on their own preservation efforts, he said, but they don’t want to use government resources.
“I’ve never had a problem with anybody wanting to use the resources that they have to save this place,” Falla said.