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Inspirada creates Holiday Village

‘Tis the season and Inspirada is decking the halls with a Holiday Village, a family-friendly wonderland from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 8 at Solista Park at 1890 Via Firenze in Henderson.

Pardee’s Hurry Home promotion includes Pivot

Pivot and Strada at Pivot by Pardee Homes at the corner of South Green Valley Parkway and Carnegie Street in Henderson has a limited number of move-in-ready and under-construction homes that are included in the builder’s Hurry Home Sales Event now through Dec. 16.

The Cliffs village in Summerlin offers move-in-ready homes

Summerlin offers nearly 100 floor plans in 35 neighborhoods in eight distinct villages. Homes are available in a variety of styles — from single-family homes to town homes, priced from the $200,000s to more than $1 million. And for those looking for quick occupancy, there are more than a dozen new homes available for quick move-in within The Cliffs village.

Couple falls in love with high-rise lifestyle at One Las Vegas

Last year, Carl Wright and Hyesun Jang packed up their belongings and headed south from San Francisco to start a new life in San Diego and to further accelerate Wright’s career in tech startups. Little did they know 15 months later, they would be purchasing their dream home in the sky at the luxury high-rise community of One Las Vegas at the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard.

 
Architect Richard Luke debuts collection this weekend

Seeking to redefine the luxury real estate market, architect Richard Luke’s Five Star Collection opened to the public Dec. 8. The MacDonald Highlands home is at 663 Palisade Rim Drive.

Inexperienced HOA board can cause damage

You have a number of concerns. The first being the lack of experience of the current board of directors. Unfortunately, we do have a problem as too many qualified homeowners do not wish to serve on the board. We have to ask the question, why? For some homeowners, it is a matter of time; for others, it is a thankless volunteer job. Associations that are having problems finding homeowners to serve should review how they operate. In some cases, modifications of board meetings to make them more meaningful and less stressful would be a big start.

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