Barbara Holland Discusses Homes, Mortgages, and HOA DisputesHeidi Harris invited Barbara Holland to talk about the Las Vegas home market and how investors are taking advantage of it, and how home owners can protect themselves
Nevada Supreme Court Sides With Real Estate InvestorsReal estate investors in Las Vegas who have been picking up foreclosed property for pennies on the dollar claimed a victory in a new Nevada Supreme Court ruling.
HOA Pays In Discrimination CaseAn ambulance parked in a driveway triggered a Fair Housing Act complaint
Indictments Issued In HOA Fraud ProbeAn ex-construction firm executive and two lawyers are among 11 people indicted in Las Vegas in an ongoing federal probe of southern Nevada homeowner associations steering business to favored attorneys and businesses.
What To Expect Before Joining A Homeowner AssociationMost homeowners associations come with a lot of rules. But they also come with plenty of benefits.
HOA Fraud Defendants To Enter PleasMore than a dozen defendants are expected to accept plea bargains in a federal investigation of fraud at local homeowners associations.
Governor Rejects Special Legislative SessionGovernor Brian Sandoval won't call a special Legislative session to tighten homeowner association laws.
Fire In South Las Vegas Raises SuspicionA fire that broke out around one in the morning today may be cause for alarm.
Indictment Returned In HOA Fraud ScandalA California businessman faces felony embezzlement and theft charges accusing him of siphoning more than $1 million out of a Las Vegas-area homeowners association.
Lawyer In HOA Case Found BeatenAn attorney who recently pleaded guilty in a federal investigation of local homeowners associations has been beaten.
Two More Plead Guilty in HOA Case
5th Person Pleads Guilty In Vegas HOA Fraud ProbeA former Las Vegas construction company aide has become the fifth person to take a plea deal in a federal investigation of condominium homeowner associations steering business to favored attorneys and businesses.