Disruptions in the supply chain throughout the construction industry are hitting Las Vegas-area nonprofits dedicated to keeping housing affordable — because costs for building materials are far from it.
After growing fast for decades, Clark County’s population is expected to swell by another 1 million people by 2060, a new forecast shows.
InTrust Property Group purchased the 198-unit Atlas Apartment Homes off Decatur Boulevard and Rancho Drive.
A U.S. House panel is scrutinizing the landlord’s eviction practices during the COVID-19 pandemic following a Review-Journal investigation.
Some Clark County residents are seeing apartment rents climb as much as $300. With fewer units on the market compared with last year, some experts say rents are likely to continue to rise.
Sales in the luxury community have accelerated alongside Southern Nevada’s broader housing market.
Edward Homes aims to break ground soon on the 43-unit project and finish in 2023.
Arizona developer The Wolff Co. purchased 13 acres on Las Vegas Boulevard near the M Resort for $10.4 million.
Builders booked 962 net sales in Summerlin through the first half of the year, up 50 percent from the same stretch in 2020.
Blasted out of the mountains, Ascaya had been houseless after the economy crashed more than a decade ago.
Diverse housing is available for the new $395,000 median purchase price of a home in Southern Nevada.
Experts have warned of a pending eviction crisis in states across the country, and data indicates Clark County will be faced with one as well.
Las Vegas-area home prices were 30 percent to 34 percent overvalued in the first quarter, highest among the 50 most-populated metro areas in the nation, according to Fitch Ratings.
San Diego developer Lansing Companies recently closed a land purchase for a community called Prado Ranch.