It can be tough buying a house in Las Vegas nowadays. Two people who know this all too well are Mike DePalo and Sarah Licavoli-DePalo.
The median sales price of single-family homes in Southern Nevada in September was $265,000, up 1.9 percent from August and 13.5 percent from September 2016, according to a new report from the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors.
UNLV will be judged against 12 other teams on how well the 990-square-foot house, dubbed Sinatra Living, blends design excellence and smart energy production with innovation, market potential and energy and water efficiency.
Banks are slamming the brakes on foreclosures in Las Vegas, and at first glance, the numbers are encouraging, even amazing.
Las Vegas’ apartment vacancy rate is among the smallest in the country, a new report shows, underscoring the valley’s heated rental business.
Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority records show that more than 1,700 emergency and urgent work orders have been placed at the 120-unit complex over the past three years. Nearly half were related to plumbing.
Southern Nevada landlords with a soft heart and units to fill are in luck. On Monday, Clark County will host an all-day workshop about landlords getting paid to rent to the area’s homeless.
In a nearly $130 million deal, a Utah firm has bought several Las Vegas apartment complexes as the market notches another bulk deal.
Summerlin’s developer has laid out plans for a densely packed residential complex steps from its massive open-air mall.
Lennar Corp. has bought a stretch of land at Lake Las Vegas, as another housing tract starts taking shape in the Henderson community.