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Inventory of available Las Vegas homes keeps slipping


By Eli Segall Las Vegas Review-Journal October 6, 2017 – 5:00 am   The inventory of available houses in Las Vegas kept tumbling last month as prices climbed above last year’s levels. The median sale price of single-family homes in Southern Nevada in September was $265,000, up 1.9 percent from August and 13.5 percent from September 2016, according to a…

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Repairing a Faucet Washer


Compression-type faucets are pretty common, so we’ll address replacing washers on that faucet style. If you don’t know what type of faucet you have, try to get the name of the manufacturer off the faucet itself. It may be somewhere on the handle or main faucet housing. Many manufacturers have Web sites where you can identify your faucet and get…

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Why the Rent vs. Buy Debate Is Completely Pointless


Originally on: Lifehacker.com by Kristin Wong 4/27/16 After saving up for a long time, I recently bought a home, which caught some of my friends off guard. “I thought you were anti-homeownership,” they said, because I think renting is underrated. Even as a homeowner, I still think renting is underrated. That doesn’t mean buying is a bad decision. The rent…

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Las Vegas among most popular places in US to flip houses, report says


By Eli Segall Las Vegas Review-Journal September 13, 2017 – 9:17 pm Updated September 13, 2017 – 9:19 pm Las Vegas was one of the most popular places in America to flip houses last quarter, although profits were below national averages, a new report shows. Some 8.9 percent of home sales in the Las Vegas area in the three months…

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How to Replace Furnace & AC Filters


Dirty filters are the number one reason most HVAC systems begin to operate inefficiently. With a central forced-air heating and cooling system, air filters remove dust and allergens from the air before returning it to your rooms. For this reason, its filters are a critical component of the system. But, on the downside, as filters become clogged with dust and debris,…

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Days may be numbered for Clark County party house


By Michael Scott Davidson Las Vegas Review-Journal September 7, 2017 – 5:13 pm The party could be ending at one luxury rental in Clark County. County attorneys plan to sue 1111 Investment Holdings LLC following complaints that the Las Vegas-based company is illegally renting a suburban home. Neighbors say almost every weekend since February has brought a new set of…

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Security Deposits and Everything You Need to Know About Them


July 21, 2017•by Christina Burch Security deposits. Every professional property management company requires them but some property managers don’t know the full legal picture. While it’s commonly understood that normal wear-and-tear is acceptable, 26% of renters have reported that their security deposit has been withheld at some point during their life as a tenant. So what types of violations are…

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10-Minute House Repair and Home Maintenance Tips


Simple solutions to household headaches that take 10 minutes or less – these house repairs are quick and easy Originally on: The family HandyMan www.familyhandyman.com eater’s Chair Fix Trying to keep a rickety old chair together without going through the trouble of taking it apart and regluing it? Just drill pilot holes and drive trim-head screws through the bottom of…

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Las Vegas approves apartments near Boca Park, Tivoli Village


By Jamie Munks Las Vegas Review-Journal August 17, 2017 – 8:16 pm The Las Vegas City Council gave the green light this week to more residential development at the bustling Rampart Boulevard and Alta Drive intersection in the west valley. The council on Wednesday approved The Calida Group’s proposal to put a 359-apartment complex between the Boca Park and Tivoli…

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