Jaimee Yoshizawa learned some difficult lessons during the Great Recession that devastated the commercial development industry in Las Vegas and is glad for it.
The combining of medical practices along with the desire for doctors to build their own surgery centers is prompting renovations and even new construction in the valley’s medical office sector.
Q: I live in a homeowners association in northwest Las Vegas. In our gated community, there is a no solicitation sign posted at each gate; speed limit signs posted at various locations and stop signs installed at certain intersections. All three are ignored. The HOA board states they are powerless to enforce. The Metropolitan Police Department states the community is private property, which limits their enforcement.
Nevada Administrative Code 116 are the regulations that are established by the Common-Interest Communities and Hotel Commission as authorized by the state Legislature. NAC 116.405 pertains to the responsibilities of association boards,
Nothing is hotter in the Las Vegas Valley these days, not even the temperature, than the multifamily marketplace.
The American flag was raised for the first time over GLVAR’s new headquarters building in the southwest part of Las Vegas.
Las Vegas developer Rich MacDonald epitomizes the trend among wealthy baby boomers living in or moving to Southern Nevada — downsizing.
As a board member, you are entitled to copies of letters being sent to homeowners. Per your fiduciary responsibilities, board member are to keep confidentiality of such violation letters.
I’ve noticed something lately that could be a big draw, though it might not be for every mall around the valley. I’m going to identify it as “cannabis as entertainment.”
The legal cannabis industry is bringing an increase in development in the valley with experts expecting growth in the regulated market in the future.