Lennar has three new home communities that will open in northwest Las Vegas. Shoppers are choosing homesites and taking advantage of pregrand opening pricing, starting from the upper $100,000s.
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Ryland Homes invites home shoppers to visit homes in several neighborhoods offering dual master suites, dual master bedrooms and expanded master suites.
Pardee Homes’ LivingSmart Homes Eldorado Heights neighborhood in the Eldorado master-planned community in North Las Vegas features a limited number of move-in-ready homes.
Last weekend, Las Vegans turned out to view the official unveiling of Shea Homes at Ardiente’s Shea3D Refresh model, an Entertainment-centric plan. Shea3D is Shea Homes’ newest innovation that lets homebuyers create a home that best suits their lifestyle.
Toll Brothers will let buyers create a personalized dream home during its national sales event, which starts today and runs through April 27. During the event, buyers can personalize their new home with special financial incentives on options and upgrades.
Q: We own a Cape Cod-style home built in 1990. Throughout the first floor there is dark stained woodwork and chair rail molding. The upstairs trim and molding is all painted off-white.
Mortgage rates edged lower this week despite signs of steady growth in the labor market. But potential mortgage borrowers should keep their eyes on the Fed if they want to keep track of when rates will rise.
Q: How do we accept a decision or a vote from our homeowners association board member who has been drinking or is under the influence of some illegal substance? How do we invalidate him?
Courteys photos Best Kitchen 201 square feet and over, KB Homes
It wasn’t exactly the Oscars, but the 2014 Silver Nugget Awards had its share of glitter and glam at a March 29 ceremony at the Renaissance Hotel.
Larry Canarelli said building homes has been his dream since he was a young child living in a tent by a river in central California. The tent burned. Later, as a fourth-grader he said he found a classified ad in the local newspaper for a house for sale. He presented it to his parents. They accepted his proposal and used his mom’s tip money from her waitress job as a down payment. Finally, the family had their own home.
Although the Las Vegas Valley has experienced tremendous growth with peaks and valleys in the past 20 years, one thing has remained constant: locally owned Pinnacle Homes’ commitment to constructing quality, energy-efficient homes in the Mojave Desert.