Atlanta-based homebuilder Beazer Homes bought a tract of land during the bubble days in Indian Springs, a quiet, pint-sized community, and filed plans to build a subdivision.
A new federal order is poised to provide another lifeline to renters concerned about evictions and another challenge to landlords.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Monday announced a 45-day extension of the moratorium on evictions, one day before the current moratorium was set to expire.
Nevadans facing financial hardship can now apply for rental assistance from a new state program under the CARES Act. Local governments also have funds.
Governor Steve Sisolak announced Thursday that the eviction moratorium enacted at the start of the coronavirus crisis will be discontinued in phases over the summer.
Homebuilding activity dropped sharply in Las Vegas last month amid the pandemic-sparked economic shutdown. But the worst may be over for the local housing market, a new report says.
As the pandemic wreaks havoc on the economy with sweeping business closures and record job losses, delinquencies are expected to rise nationwide, a new report indicates.
Sisolak said his order applies to evictions that were already filed before the declaration, and prohibits new lockouts, evictions filings and notices to pay. It also applies to commercial buildings, to protect small businesses closed by Sisolak’s previous order.
U.S. long-term mortgage rates fell sharply this week, with the benchmark 30-year loan touching its lowest level since November 2016.
Some Las Vegas property management companies are making rent become overdue sooner and raising fees tied to evictions following new tenant protections.