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Resale homes report: Existing homes sold between Nov. 13-18

Editor’s note: Listings include the resale home’s parcel number. Occasionally, the address listed is the homebuyer’s mailing address and not the actual location of the home. Check the parcel number to make sure. Also, a few transactions do not reflect the market value of the homes.

Readers seek clarification on Homeowner’s Bill of Rights

My recent column on a new state law called the Homeowner’s Bill of Rights sparked several follow-up questions. I’ll take my best shot at answering two of them below.

Bank required to pay overdue HOA assessments

Q: Our homeowners association’s budget shows a bad debt line item of $10,000. I’m told that units owned by banks don’t have to pay monthly dues and the HOA can’t foreclose on a unit that is encumbered because a bank lien is ahead of the HOA.

New models open at Pardee’s Durango Trail

Pardee Homes has added to its collection of model homes at Durango Trail in southwest Las Vegas.

Harmony Homes sales among its best since ’08

Executives with Harmony Homes, Nevada’s largest locally owned and operated homebuilder, recently said the company is celebrating one of its most successful sales years since the company was founded in Southern Nevada in 2008.

Celebrate holidays at Providence Dec. 7

For some holiday cheer, a cup of hot chocolate and maybe even a little snow, mark your calendar for 4 to 8 p.m. Dec. 7 for Hometown Holidays at Providence. The free event celebrates Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa with family-friendly entertainment, activities and helping others in need.

EDITORIAL: Scholars of merit

The National Merit Scholarship Program honors the top 1 percent of the country’s high school seniors, based on their PSAT scores. The Clark County School District’s Class of 2014 had 38 semifinalists, and 14 of them go to Clark High School.

EDITORIAL: Speaking of scholars …

If earning ridiculously competitive scholastic recognition is your thing, try becoming a Rhodes Scholar. To win two or three years of study at England’s Oxford University, all expenses paid, you have to be one of the very best students at your college. This year, just 857 applications were endorsed by 327 colleges and universities, and only 32 Americans were selected to enroll at Oxford next fall.

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