Lenders issued more default notices last month but overall kept pulling back on foreclosure filings in Las Vegas.
A Texas homebuilding giant has bought land in a North Las Vegas community that was cleaved off a larger, troubled project after the recession hit.
A Nevada congresswoman asked state officials Thursday to take control of a program that distributes federal funds to assist struggling homeowners because a nonprofit that administers the program is failing to get the money to those in need.
Las Vegas’ housing market started 2018 looking a lot like 2017: sales and prices climbed from a year earlier as availability plunged.
As Nevada grapples to address a massive shortage of affordable housing, state officials fear federal tax reform has stymied a long-standing funding resource.
Overton Power District No. 5 filed a $530.29 claim against Paddock’s home on Jan. 23, Clark County records show. The house is at 1372 Babbling Brook Court, some 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas.
Nevada homeowners struggling with the housing crisis will lose $6.7 million in federal aid following a new report by a special inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program that found the state is one of the worst participants in the program.
The Las Vegas City Council will consider next week selling a slice of Symphony Park to a developer who wants to build 299 apartments and 4,000-square-feet of retail space for $2 million.
U.S. home prices rose sharply in November, lifted by a shortage of homes on the market, with Las Vegas prices climbing at one of the fastest rates nationally.