Las Vegas’ apartment boom has brought numerous projects to the suburbs, with properties offering loads of amenities and higher-than-usual rents. Now, some are turning to urban neighborhoods.
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Lenders aren’t targeting nearly as many homes in Las Vegas as they used to, but Southern Nevada still has more repo activity than most areas, a new report shows.
Minority neighborhoods in Las Vegas and other cities have higher shares of underwater borrowers than white areas, sometimes more than double or even triple the rate, a new report shows.
Around the Las Vegas Valley, master-planned communities offer housing, parks, retail, schools and other components. And after the economy crashed last decade, these sprawling projects were derailed with practically everything else in the real estate industry.
Las Vegas’ housing market finished the year with a bump in sales and prices compared to the end of 2015.
Two master-planned communities in the Las Vegas Valley were among the top 10 nationally for home sales last year, a new report shows.
This rural Southern Nevada outpost doesn’t seem like an ideal spot for new real estate projects. But for Las Vegas broker and investor Mason Harvey, Indian Springs is ripe for construction.
Nevada’s foreclosure mediation program, created at the height of the housing crisis to give borrowers a last chance to hold onto their homes, will accept its last enrollments at the end of this month as it nears a legislatively mandated closure.
Summerlin re-emerged in the national spotlight in 2016, and developers of the 26-year-old master-planned community are relishing therole it will play in Southern Nevada over the next two decades.
U.S. home values climbed last month at the fastest annual pace since the boom years, with Las Vegas ahead of the national average, a new report shows.