Home prices in Las Vegas are keeping up their double-digit climbs.
High demand and low inventory drove Las Vegas home prices up in May.
Nevada foreclosure filings hit a 17-month high in February.
A growing number of homes in Nevada are being sold for less than what’s owed on them.
With Las Vegas home prices rising yet again in December, the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors says the area ended last year in positive territory.
Nevada’s state attorney general and the head of a Las Vegas nonprofit consumer counseling agency are unveiling a program aimed at giving distressed homeowners facing foreclosure a one-stop place to seek help.
Sales of foreclosed homes continue to decline in Nevada, while lenders were more willing to agree to short sales.
Las Vegas home sales continued to decline in July, but prices inched up, according to the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors.
For the first time in five years, banks have completed more short-sale transactions than foreclosures in the Las Vegas Valley.
Homeowners can get help with their mortgages during a two-day event.