Las Vegas home values are rising faster than the national average, a new report shows, but the rate pales in comparison to recent years.
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Sales prices for Las Vegas Valley apartment complexes are rising fast, just a few years after the market was awash in foreclosed or underwater properties that sold at steep discounts.
A recently renovated Las Vegas mansion once owned by famed pianist and Las Vegas entertainer Liberace will house a charity event for homeless youth at the end of September.
With the apartment market showing no signs of cooling, a Los Angeles investment firm has picked up more rental properties in Las Vegas for more than $80 million.
Planned before the economy crashed, a 300-acre housing development in Summerlin is still on the drawing board – but don’t expect home construction just yet.
House flippers aren’t as active in Las Vegas as they were last year, but profits are rising, a new report shows.
Foreclosures have slowed in Las Vegas but remain more common here than in most cities, according to a new report.
Cottonwood Lake Homes, a suburban-style subdivision in Searchlight, has street names like Aqua View and Shady Cove, and even some palm trees. But the failed project, a relic of the housing bubble, has far more empty land than developed.
Millions of dollars meant to help distressed Nevada homeowners stay in their homes at the height of the recession were squandered by a Nevada contractor on excessive rent, holiday parties, employee gift cards and other luxuries.
Las Vegas home prices inched lower last month from July but remained well above last year’s levels, and sales totals ramped up, a report being released Thursday shows.
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