The idea to redevelop the east side of Maryland Parkway has been budding for at least 20 years.
Las Vegas is forecast to have the fastest rising home values in the country in the next year, according to a new report.
Existing Las Vegas homes sold for a median price of $263,000 in October, down 0.8 percent from September but up 13.4 percent year-over-year.
The surges in rent are part of a nationwide, three-year-old U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development policy change introduced to help stretch the federal agency’s budget.
Their combination will reportedly create the largest homebuilder in the country.
Lennar is buying CalAtlantic Group in a $5.7 billion deal that will create the nation’s largest homebuilder as sales of new homes reach levels not seen in a decade.
Housing tracker Attom Data Solutions put out a report this week showing the number of vacant properties around the country and what share of cities’ homes are empty. Las Vegas’ housing market has come a long way since the economy crashed last decade, but if Attom’s numbers are any indication, squatting opportunities have grown in the past year.
Las Vegas home values are rising at one of the fastest rates in the country, a new report shows.
Las Vegas homebuilders had their best sales month of the year in September and notched another all-time high for prices.
Daniel Grimm, founder of DG Development Corp., has laid out plans for a six-story, 250-room hotel at the southwest corner of Swenson Street and Sierra Vista Drive, and a 300-unit apartment complex immediately south of the hotel.