Welcome to the new real estate market. Homes for sale are down, dramatically causing prices to rise.
Patrick Blennerhassett hails from Kamloops, a small town in Canada, and first started working as a newspaper reporter in 2002. Before joining the RJ, he worked for the South China Morning Post, based out of Hong Kong, where he covered sports and the growing intersection of sports and politics. Patrick was also a writer for Business in Vancouver, covering a wide range of topics including real estate, economics, trade and geopolitics, and for the Victoria News, where he won a Jack Webster Fellowship Award. Patrick’s work has been published in outlets such as The Guardian, The Globe and Mail, and Reader's Digest, and he has appeared on CBC and BBC radio. He is also a four-time published author and a graduate of Thompson Rivers University.
In a recent study, one issue was clearly at the top of Las Vegas residents’ priority list, beating out access to education, fixing aging infrastructure and increased resources for small businesses.
Four young Las Vegas realtors talked about where their generation will take the real estate industry as it faces an uncertain future.
A second federal class-action “copycat” lawsuit that has the potential to drastically change the residential real estate industry has been filed in Nevada.
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Construction has started on a 51-home community in the southwest corner of the Las Vegas Valley that promises “lock and leave” style living.
One area led the charge; however, an up-and-coming city could be on the rise in terms of home values.
The amount of money Las Vegas households need to make be able to afford rent in the valley is now above the median household income, according to a new report from Zillow.
In a new report, Zillow says the Las Vegas Valley was one of 16 major markets in the U.S. to see rents decrease in January.
The newly constructed industrial center was developed by California-based CapRock Partners and is 100 percent leased.
A plan to build transitional housing for recently released offenders is getting pushback from the community before it goes to Las Vegas officials for consideration.
With celebrities backing the company, this startup is looking to grow in Las Vegas.
Searches for Airbnb rentals in the Las Vegas Valley for the week of the big game are up 65 percent from the same week last year.