Foreclosures have by no means stopped, but amid an improved job market, they are a lot less common nowadays.
State lawmakers approved a bill in 2015 — a decade after Las Vegas’ wild building spree — that raised barriers to pursuing lawsuits alleging shoddyconstruction.
While a Boston newspaper columnist labeled Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox as “Mad Matt,” he probably is angrier about what led the company to be in a regulatory mess.
You can never rule out another housing crash,but just because the market has cooled off doesn’t necessarily mean it’s in the early stages of a collapse.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is on the verge of placing one of the biggest bets in its history. It’s the futures bet of all futures bets.
The NCAA policy change that will enable Las Vegas to bid for the national championship football game, Final Four and Frozen Four will provide a state tourism boost.
Builders sold 302 homes in Las Vegas’ largest master-planned community in the three months ending March 31, down 26 percent from the same period last year.
Despite the shifts, it’s not a buyer’s market yet, analysts say, though house hunters are in a better position now than they were a year ago.
Now that the Massachusetts Gaming Commission has announced its $35 million fine against Wynn Resorts Ltd. the Las Vegas company can get back to building the $2.6 billion Encore Boston Harbor and we can all relax. Or can we?