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Nevada Foreclosure Numbers Way Down In November

Expert cautions drop may be artificial



Nevada Tops Foreclosure List – Again

Nevada jumps back to the top of the nation’s foreclosure heap.


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Nevada Foreclosures Increase In May

Nevada foreclosures increased in May after 27 consecutive months of annual decreases.


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Underwater NLV Homeowners Plea For Change

A number of homeowners in North Las Vegas gave their support to city officials to consider eminent domain.


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Underwater Optimism

Las Vegas leads the nation in underwater mortgages, but there are signs of improvement.


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Homeowners Find Relief Due To Bank Settlement

Just over a year ago, Catherine Cortez Masto announced Nevada would receive $1.5 billion from Bank of America and other loan servicers.


(Photo-Getty Images) Summer heat turns abandoned swimming pools to mosquito breeding grounds

Are You Living Next Door to a “Green” Pool?

“Green” doesn’t always indicated an environmental benefit. A swimming pool abandoned t summer heat is a perfect place for mosquitoes to breed, according to Clark County officials.

KXNT News/Talk Radio 840 AM–05/31/2012

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Foreclosures Down By 30%

Foreclosure starts are down in Nevada and other Western states.


(Photo- KXNT SamStone) State Assemblyman Kelvin Atkinson (right) sits with Assistant U.S. Housing Secretary Raphael Bostic at an African American Policy Forum hosted by the White House in North Las Vegas

White House Hosts Policy Forum for African Americans in Las Vegas

The White House invited African Americans to a policy forum here on Monday, highlighting their top problems. About 150 locals listened to a keynote review of President Obama’s progress since he took office, specifically on housing and job creation.

KXNT News/Talk Radio 840 AM–04/30/2012


Heavy Fines Levied Against Nevada Company

Nevada regulators are fining an unlicensed company a maximum $25,000 and ordering it to quit claiming it can stop foreclosures within 48 to 72 hours.