There were about 47,000 sales of previously owned homes in the Las Vegas Valley last year. But which properties were the most and least expensive?
With new construction sites popping up around Las Vegas, the market for the dirt underneath them is ramping up as well.
The Blackstone Group bought homes in bulk to turn into rentals after the market crashed, forming a company, Invitation Homes, for the venture. Invitation now owns almost 50,000 homes, including more than 900 in the Las Vegas area.
Las Vegas’ housing market had a busy year in 2016. It was still weaker than many other cities in some regards, but business picked up, and problems that linger from the recession kept easing.
Josh Kearney has the plans, the site lined up and, he says, the money. And after upping his vision for an extreme sports park in Las Vegas, he wants to start building.
It wasn’t long ago – less than a decade – that Las Vegas’ housing market was a mass grave of foreclosures. Southern Nevada still gets more repo activity than most areas of the country. But overall, its foreclosure woes aren’t nearly as severe as they used to be.
Las Vegas’ never-boring real estate market didn’t disappoint in 2016. There were plenty of deals, and some were more unusual than others. Here’s my list of the top 10 of 2016.
It’s a place of abandoned projects, where flashy casinos hemorrhage money, where supersized dreams go to die. All this and more – on the north Strip!
Australian billionaire James Packer has invested a fortune in casinos, including in Las Vegas. But when it comes to building a resort in the heart of America’s gambling mecca, Packer’s plans keep fizzling out.
Las Vegas’ housing market is a far cry from the boom days of a decade ago, but at least one thing is approaching those levels again: new-home prices.