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Huge apartment complex planned for area south of Las Vegas Strip


Updated July 1, 2017 – 4:10 pm With the apartment boom showing no signs of slowing in Las Vegas, investors are looking to build a project that’s bigger than most. And they’re venturing to a stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard that developers are largely ignoring. Clark County commissioners recently approved plans by WTI Inc., an investor group in Cupertino, California,…

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More Las Vegas houses boarded up despite improved economy


At an abandoned house a mile or so from the Meadows Mall, the boards covering the front door and windows have a red-colored message: “No Trespassing.” But people aren’t staying away. A side gate is open, someone graffitied an anarchy symbol on the house, and a next-door neighbor sees vagrants come and go. Some nights, he says, there’s so much…

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Home construction beginning for North Las Vegas community


Homebuilders plan to break ground Tuesday on a North Las Vegas community that has been in the works for more than a decade. Pardee Homes, KB Home and CalAtlantic Homes are scheduled to hold a groundbreaking ceremony for The Villages at Tule Springs, which used to be part of the larger, problem-plagued Park Highlands community. The Villages covers 2,000 acres…

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New Rental with Pool


Rent: 1400 Deposit: 1300 Bedroom: 3 Bath: 2 SqFt: 1680 Beautiful 1 story home with private pool. 3 bedrooms 2 bath. Owner to pay for pool service and landscape, owner will also pay for sewer and trash. Garage not included, used for storage. beautiful lush front and backyard. 2 way fireplace. spacious layout. a must see For more information on…

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Median price of Las Vegas home edges up to $250K


By Eli Segall Las Vegas Review-Journal June 9, 2017 – 1:42 pm Las Vegas home sales soared in May from a year earlier despite plunging availability. Buyers picked up 3,517 single-family homes in Southern Nevada last month, up 22.7 percent from April and 29.9 percent from May 2016, according to a new report from the Greater Las Vegas Association of…

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Steps officials have taken to end squatting in Las Vegas, Miami areas


Steps taken to stamp out squatting in Las Vegas and Miami areas: Las Vegas — The Nevada Legislature in 2015 approved Assembly Bill 386, which created some squatting-related criminal offenses. — The Henderson Police Department teamed with the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors in 2016 to create paperwork that would help officers better target squatters. — North Las Vegas…

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NY firm buys 3 Las Vegas Valley apartment complexes for $170M


A New York investment giant with extensive real estate holdings in Las Vegas has scooped up more properties here. The Blackstone Group acquired three Las Vegas Valley apartment complexes for $170 million, property records show. The bulk sale, by developer Martin Egbert of Nevada West Partners, closed May 19. The deal is another lucrative bet on Las Vegas’ apartment market,…

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Investors are doubling down on rental properties in US


Updated May 28, 2017 – 4:18 pm It was a rare lucrative business for Wall Street in the aftermath of the financial crisis: snapping up properties in foreclosure and renting them out. So good, in fact, that now, as the distressed pool dries up, some investors are refusing to let the rental-model fizzle. They’re building more and more of the…

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