The real estate market can be a bit confusing right now. Here’s what advice Las Vegas real estate agents had to share.
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.
There’s a new normal when it comes to commercial construction: plan ahead, be ready for delays and expect to pay more, the CEO of a Las Vegas-based hospitality group said.
A Las Vegas man with an extensive college football memorabilia collection, including thousands of helmets, has put his home on the market.
Here’s where the Las Vegas Valley ranked among other major metros in the nation for millennial homebuyers.
After over 30 years of development, the massive Apex Industrial Park is adding tenants and owners at a rate it has never seen before.
The big-box retail space was last occupied by a company that makes wine refrigerators.
From axe throwing to mini golf, this type of retail that offers an experience along with food and drinks continues to boom in Vegas.
Both the western and eastern portions of the city are seeing a wave of redevelopment and new projects.
A UNLV researcher said the report confirms an apparent link between Las Vegas population growth and Southern California home prices.
Experts say a record-breaking number of apartments opening across the valley will lead to rising vacancy rates and lower rental rates.
Industrial real estate is picking up steam in Southern Nevada, with a large percentage of new space being leased ahead of completion.
Roughly 115 people are moving to the county every day, and area officials are grappling on how the region can meet the demand for housing.