Las Vegas housing
The housing picture is looking a bit brighter in Las Vegas.
Foreclosures are down in Las Vegas for the first three months of 2012.
Buying a condo at the CityCenter complex on the Strip will cost you less.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York says real estate investors drove the housing bubble that led to record foreclosures in Nevada, California, Arizona, Florida and other states.
There were more homes sold in November compared with the year before, but home prices have dropped 7.3 percent in that time.
New figures show more homes were sold last month in Las Vegas compared to the year before, but prices continued to fall.
The developer of the master-planned Coyote Springs community about 60 miles northeast of Las Vegas has sued homebuilder partner Pardee Homes.
Nearly one in four Nevadan’s who lost their homes to foreclosure admitted to “walking away” as part of a strategic default, according to a “Face of Foreclosure” report released today by the Nevada Association of […]
With over 240 publications on the topics of mental health and behavioral sciences, Emory University professor Dr. Nadine Kaslow is an expert in the study of depression and anxiety. KXNT’s Robert Rytina caught up with […]