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HOA wants homeowner to remove treehouse

Try to set a meeting with the board to reach some compromise. If the treehouse does not violate the architectural guidelines, it should be approved based upon those documents.

LVR presents annual awards to top local Realtors

Las Vegas Realtors presented annual awards this month to some of its leading and longtime members, with immediate past President Brandon Roberts being honored as LVR’s Realtor of the Year.

Wells Fargo helps train veterans to rebuild homes

With a grant of $750,000, the Wells Fargo Foundation will fuel the creation of the Team Rubicon TRades Academy to address the need for credentialed contractors in communities nationwide.

Downtown Summerlin celebrates season of giving

The holidays at Downtown Summerlin represent the season of giving, with three charitable activations that encourage visitors and patrons to pay it forward. The Giving Machine, the Santa Chalet and Lights for Flights provide community members the opportunity to make donations to local, national and global nonprofits.

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Summerlin near Red Rock National Conservation Area

Las Vegas ranks as one of the 25 best U.S. cities for those who love hiking, according to a recent blog published by CNN. The list was compiled based on proximity to green spaces, hiking trails, waterfalls and mountains.

Lake Las Vegas to host Halloween Golf Cart Parade on Oct. 28

Lake Las Vegas is gearing up for its spookiest event of the season. Southern Nevada’s top-rated lakeside community will host its popular Halloween Golf Cart Parade on Oct. 28 from 5 to 10 p.m. at The Village at Lake Las Vegas.

Luxury homebuilding goes green: Sustainable mansions use less resources

Las Vegas Valley homebuilders have a history of stretching their imaginations and creativity to design contemporary performance homes that thrive within the rugged Mojave Desert. Luxury homes can be opulent but also can be built efficiently to consume less resources like water, natural gas and electricity.

HOA board candidate can have addresses, not names

Under Nevada law, associations must provide a list of the mailing addresses of each unit, which must not include the names of the unit owners or tenants.

Best August for new home sales in decade

Despite elevated mortgage rates that continue to increase, Las Vegas residents bought the most new homes in August than they have since the recovery of the housing market in the late 2000s.

Homeowners get HOA fine without notification

Your association should have sent you a courtesy/warning letter that you were in violation. Prior to assessing a fine on your account, your association should have sent you a hearing notice. You can appeal their decision. You should ask the association to waive the fine. Contact the community manager to find out why you were fined without a hearing.

Home, condo prices same as one year ago

A recent Las Vegas Realtors report shows prices for local homes and condos holding steady, matching prices from one year ago.

Vireo opens in Summerlin West

Vireo by Woodside Homes is the newest neighborhood to join the line-up of new neighborhoods in Summerlin West.

Mark Wahlberg, Jim Murren homes sales top Las Vegas luxury list

Actor Mark Wahlberg and former MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren have been associated with three of the top four luxury real estate transactions in August and September.

‘Halloween House’ worth the drive to Boulder City

A lineup of 12-foot creatures, seemingly guarding the exhibit, including an animatronic scarecrow with piercing red eyes holding a large scythe. As you walk by, he starts reciting a chilling monologue with warnings of impending doom.