Real Estate

Slow comeback from recession leaves Pahrump with lots of wide open spaces

A look at the current state of Cottage Groves Estates on Cottage Grove Way and Spruce Lane on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, in Pahrump.

As is the case with Las Vegas, Pahrump’s economy is on the mend. But, overall, the homebuilding industry remains noticeably slower across the Nye County border than ...

This Queensridge home is crowned the king of clicks by Zillow

A view of a home at 9511 Kings Gate Court in the Queensridge community near Summerlin.

Las Vegas housing remains a hot commodity nationally, at least if you go by page views on a well-known real estate site. A nearly $10 million home at ...

Las Vegas’ sizable inventory of vacant homes continues to shrink

A high-end home is shown in the northwest part of the valley Dec. 9, 2015. The vacant home, now listed for sale, was be used by squatters police and neighbors say.

Las Vegas’ inventory of vacant homes is shrinking but remains above the national average. Some 2.1 percent of Clark County homes — or 13,364 properties — are empty, compared to ...

MGM Resorts announces board members for real estate investment trust

An exterior view of the Mirage Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015.

MGM Resorts International today revealed the names of seven people who will sit on the board of its planned real estate investment trust. The board of the trust, commonly known as a REIT, will be ...

Investor interest in Las Vegas homes continues to drop

Realtors Robin Camacho, right, and her son Jordan Camacho, center, look through one of the main rooms of a home for sale with John Bergeson of Los Angeles, Aug. 24, 2010 in Las Vegas.

In another sign that housing investors are clearing out of Las Vegas, such buyers picked up a larger share of homes nationally than in Southern Nevada in 2015 ...

CVS site on Las Vegas Strip available at steep price

A view of the CVS Pharmacy in Sky Las Vegas tower, 2700 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016. The pharmacy has been listed for sale.

In the latest effort to make millions from the Strip’s lucrative drugstore sector, a CVS has hit the market with a big price tag. Capital Square Realty Advisors is trying to sell ...

Drawn to Chinatown, L.V. developer skips suburbs for latest apartment project

A view of vacant land, formerly industrial property, near Spring Mountain Road and Valley View Boulevard on Monday, Jan. 25, 2016. Fore Property Co. has purchased 6.5 acres near Chinatown for a new apartment development.

Las Vegas developers are flooding the suburbs with apartment complexes, and largely avoiding the kind of site where Jonathan Fore is plotting his latest project. His vacant Chinatown-area property is in an urban neighborhood, right near auto-body shops, the Pussycats adult club and ...

Q+A: KB Home CEO Jeffrey Mezger on slow recovery from housing bust

Visitors take time to view the models at a KB Home build during the Super Saturday at Inspirada on Saturday, October 4, 2014.

The market for new U.S. homes strengthened for much of 2015. At the same time, rising prices amid a dearth of available resale homes in ...

UNLV closes $50 million purchase of land for possible stadium

UNLV closed a $50 million deal to buy 42 acres of empty land along Tropicana Avenue and Koval Lane that could be used to build a stadium on campus. The sale was announced Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016.

UNLV has closed the deal on 42 acres of empty land along Tropicana Avenue and Koval Lane that could be used to build a long-awaited stadium on campus. The sale was ...

Call Mike Tyson your neighbor by buying his former home in Henderson

Former boxing champion Mike Tyson bought this home in the Seven Hills area of Henderson in December.

Iron Mike has some flashy new digs. Former boxing champ Mike Tyson recently bought a two-story, 8,149-square-foot mansion in the Seven Hills area of Henderson for $2.5 million, just down the block from his old house. The sales price was 40 percent below what previous buyers paid in 2006, during the real estate bubble. Tyson and his wife, Lakiha, closed ...

Seeking ranchland in Texas, where wealth is measured in acres

Hunting trophies and a Texas flag on a 1,600-acre ranch in Palestine, Texas, Jan. 14, 2016. A new Texas-only ranch fund will focus on buying $15 million to $20 million ranches from owners who want to sell quickly.

Jay Ellis, an investment fund founder, may be the only person in Texas who is giddy about collapsing oil prices ...

Las Vegas land isn’t dirt cheap, but here’s why it isn’t selling like it once was

A damaged sign advertising land for sale sits near the southeast corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Cactus Avenue on Friday, Jan. 8, 2016.

Las Vegas once was a hot spot for land speculators, who couldn’t get enough desert tracts to develop or flip to other investors. Sales evaporated with the recession and recovered a bit a few years ago. But today, the land business has ...

In 2015, foreclosure filings climbed in Nevada, fell across U.S.

A foreclosed home is shown in a neighborhood near Tenaya Way and Russell Road Thursday, June 25, 2015.

Nevada homeowners were slapped with a rising tally of foreclosure filings last year, bucking a nationwide drop as the state remained among ...

Drugstores galore: Another CVS being built on the Las Vegas Strip

Construction continues on a CVS pharmacy on the Las Vegas Strip between Bally's and Paris Las Vegas Monday, Jan. 11, 2016.

The drugstore arms race on the Strip is ratcheting up another notch. Workers are building a CVS store in front of Bally’s. The two-story property is not expected to have ...

Home prices dip to end stable year for Las Vegas market

Homes for sale are shown in the Villas at Black Mountain development near Horizon Ridge Parkway and Gibson Road in Henderson Wednesday, June 1, 2011.

Las Vegas’ resale housing market ended 2015 with mixed results, with a jump in monthly sales but a dip in prices, which had been flat since summer ...