Las Vegas builders are selling more houses and pulling more permits than they were last year, though prices are up only slightly, a new report shows.
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Las Vegas home prices have bounced back in recent years, but Southern Nevada’s recovery has the longest way to go in the country, a new report shows.
Lenders issued a rising tally of mortgages to Las Vegas homebuyers in recent months, but loan volume still pales in comparison to the easy-money boom years of last decade.
Americans stepped up their purchases of new homes in July to the fastest pace in nearly nine years, the latest sign that low mortgage rates and a solid job market are helping support the residential real estate market.
Real estate investors who took advantage of a Nevada law during the foreclosure crisis to acquire several thousand foreclosed homes at bargain basement prices got what could be some bad news recently courtesy of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
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While Las Vegas is running ahead of 2015 in terms of home and condo sales, the limited supply has finally caught up with the market.
Neighbors in an unincorporated area of Clark County worry a proposed zoning change to a parcel across the street in the city of Las Vegas that would allow higher-density development will encroach on their rural lifestyle, and set a precedent for the area.
The Villages at Tule Springs — the largest housing development in North Las Vegas since the start of the recession — has its first three builders lined up.