A mortgage company will pay back Nevada homeowners for fees that it incorrectly charged.
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A California company completed the acquisition of a 356-unit Las Vegas senior apartment complex by soliciting investors online.
A Henderson custom-home community has closed on the second-priciest local residential land sale of 2015.
With median prices unchanged for the last three months, the Las Vegas Valley's resale housing market is the picture of stability, a local real estate group said Monday.
Habitat for Humanity is planning to build 24 new homes in Henderson between 2016 and 2018, a step the city hopes will help revitalize one of its oldest and poorest neighborhoods.
Those hoping for a shorter stumble home from Atomic Liquors could soon be in luck. Las Vegas leaders last week unanimously approved a five-story, 226-unit mixed-use housing development just west of the storied, popular watering hole on Fremont Street.
It didn't take Sarah Shugars long to realize a change in the Las Vegas rental market in the three years she left for Los Angeles.
The local market for existing homes continued to stabilize in September. The median price of a single-family resale home in the month was $220,000 — unchanged from August, but up 8.6 percent from $202,500 in September 2014, the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors said Wednesday.
Layoffs are back on the table for employees at the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority as a measure to resolve a budget shortfall of between $1.6 million and $1.8 million for fiscal 2016.
A new Henderson luxury community has closed on the priciest local sale of a vacant home site in the last year.
In a sign the Las Vegas apartment market is improving, a California company is under contract to purchase a senior housing complex utilizing funding from online investors.
The residents came with ideas about downtown Las Vegas. Aleta Dupree, who doesn't own a car, thinks downtown needs better transportation resources.
Erik Pfahler is about to exorcise a recession-era specter. Come October, Pfahler and his California investment firm, Newport Pacific Land Co., will cast out what he called four "gray ghosts" that haunt the southwest corner of Flamingo Road and Town Center Drive in Summerlin South.
Some of the Las Vegas Valley's newest homes are on display at Town Square Las Vegas through Sunday.
Prices and sales of local existing homes continued their steady upward march in August.
When it comes to some of the most luxurious real estate in Las Vegas, you need to look up … way up. That's where lofty penthouses are found.
The Spanish Palms condominium community on South Rainbow Boulevard is a blast from the city's 1990s past. And that other past — the 2006 boom era in which sanity abandoned the local housing market.
The Las Vegas Valley ranked highly on two measures of nontraditional home sales.
Southern Nevada's largest professional association has named its officers and board of directors for 2016.
In no other area is economic revival more prevalent than in the northwest edge of the valley.
The Silver State ranked No. 4 for foreclosure activity in the month, with one in every 587 homes in some stage of the default process, California research firm RealtyTrac reported Wednesday.
It's hard to say what's most remarkable about the Wednesday sale of a high-end home in Summerlin's The Ridges neighborhood. Maybe it's the sale price — at $11 million, the highest in the local market since 2011. Perhaps it's the marquee names involved in the deal.
For about $300,000 you can get a 2,000-square-foot home with three bedrooms, three baths and a two-car garage in most areas of the Las Vegas Valley.
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