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Housing for Nevada offers class for buyers

Housing for Nevada, which manages down payment assistance programs for Clark County, will offer a certified Housing and Urban Development education class for homebuyers today from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Green Valley Ranch Hotel and Casino, 2300 Paseo Verde Parkway. Counseling will also be available to guide buyers through the entire homebuying process.

To enroll, call 270-0300.

Terra West to hold seminar about updates

Terra West Property Management and the Feinberg Grant Kaneda Mayfield & Litt LLP law firm will hold a seminar today to discuss the new changes in the law, NRS 116, from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Gold Coast Hotel & Casino, 4000 W. Flamingo Road.

Gov. Jim Gibbons signed 19 new laws that impact common interest communities. Many of the new laws went into effect on July 1 and more will take effect Oct. 1.

The new laws mandate the way that homeowners, boards of directors, management companies and service providers conduct business.

Berkshire Realty Inc. offers investor seminar

A free seminar will be held on July 18, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Berkshire Realty offices in their training room, 4240 W. Flamingo Road to educate the public about real estate investments.

Topics covered include preparing an investment flow chart, analyzing an investment flow chart, buying real estate, selling real estate, managing and leasing real estate and maximizing returns on existing real estate.

Seating is limited. To enroll, call Chet Bushnell at 682-4614 or e-mail chefbushnell@cox.net.

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