Proceeds of the sale of a recently completed home will help HomeAid Southern Nevada fund community projects to address vulnerable and homeless populations in the Las Vegas area.
Auric Symphony Park apartment complex will hold its grand opening Tuesday afternoon in downtown Las Vegas.
Scott Gragson’s 10,621-square-foot home is listed for rent at a price that amounts to buying a luxury car every four weeks.
Over the past several months, some signs that Southern Nevada’s market was tapping the brakes have come and gone.
The recently renovated western Las Vegas apartment complex Fifty101 traded hands in a $21.5 million deal announced Friday.
Southern Nevadans facing an eviction or foreclosure will be able to receive help next week through an online webinar hosted by real estate firm Homie.
U.S. firms that flip houses around the country purchased 532 homes in the Las Vegas area in the second quarter, up almost 80 percent from the first quarter.
The median sales price of previously owned single-family homes was $405,000 last month, unchanged from the record high set in July.
Developers have broken ground on Desert Oasis II, a planned 43-unit apartment complex built and operated by nonprofit Volunteers of America National Services.
Some 15 years ago, a builder’s plan to construct high-rises in southwest Las Vegas failed, leaving a giant hole. Now another developer is moving forward with a plan for a big apartment complex there.
Carroll recently announced that it acquired the 436-unit Emerald Springs and a 383-unit complex roughly 3 miles away, The Meadows.
Project plans filed with the city of Henderson show a three-story, ultraluxury house that would look strikingly similar to the Raiders’ practice facility and even, in some ways, Allegiant Stadium.
Lennar Corp.’s prices in the community exceed the typical sales price of a newly built house in the Las Vegas area.
Housing markets are always prone to ups and downs, especially in Las Vegas, and no boom lasts forever.