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Susan Stone

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‘Say Yes to the Nest’ stars move to Vegas

Joining the existing half-dozen or so media personalities who have planted roots in Las Vegas are Camila and Brent Lincowski, whose new show “Say Yes to the Nest” premiered Jan. 5 on HGTV.

Christmas at Blue Diamond getaway

Very rarely do we hear about an owner remodeling his home from five bedrooms down to a single one — a decision that could have negative ramifications when it comes time to sell. But real estate developer and philanthropist Brett Torino cares about only one thing when it comes to his homes: that they be designed in a manner that makes sense for his lifestyle.

Terry Fator’s bandleader buys Spanish Trail home

When Real Estate Millions visited John and Linda Wackerman in 2015, they were living on a 2-acre, vintage Vegas ranch-style home in the east valley near Wayne Newton’s estate. They have since traded in that property’s winged angel and Pegasus statues for a pair of Sinatra-owned sconces in a swanky house in the luxury community Spanish Trail Country Club.

‘Sister Wives’ to sell Las Vegas homes

The subjects of the popular cable TV series “Sister Wives” have abandoned the desert valley of Las Vegas for the cool mountains of Flagstaff, Arizona, and are putting their homes up for sale.


Master-illusionist Jeff McBride, who conducts extracurricular training consultations with both aspiring magicians and seasoned professionals, describes his eastside house in Shadow Hills as a museum of magic.

Luxury Las Vegas neighborhood goes all out for Halloween — PHOTOS

From Anthem Country Club to Red Rock Country Club, neighbors across the valley are outdoing each other in an attempt to present the coolest, most fun Halloween “spook-tacular” party. Some of these productions resemble a Hollywood movie set, and the giveaways are not your basic penny candy.

Couple creates cowboy dream home —VIDEO

Beware, city slickers driving on Dean Martin Drive just south of the Silverton in the southwest valley. You may be distracted by the eye-catching allure of a 2-acre, privately owned ranch that is open to the public. Between the numerous “welcome” signs, the promise of fresh eggs for sale or general kitschiness, it’s hard to pass by without stopping.