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Allegiant Air buying 12 newly built planes
Friday, July 29, 2016
Allegiant Air, long known for flying only hand-me-down aircraft, is adding a crop of newly built planes to its fleet for the first time. The ultra-low-cost carrier said today ...
Las Vegas realty group moving to southwest valley
Thursday, July 28, 2016
A Las Vegas real estate group is gearing up to build new digs.
On the move: Credit One Bank buys land near Buffalo and Durango for new offices
Thursday, July 28, 2016
A Las Vegas credit-card company that has catered to borrowers with lousy credit is planning to build new offices in the southwest valley. Credit One Bank recently bought 24 acres of land just south of the 215 Beltway between Buffalo and Durango drives. The company has obtained county approvals to ...
Grocery chain expanding to North Las Vegas, Henderson
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
A Colorado grocery chain is expanding to the Las Vegas Valley. Natural Grocers said today that it would open two stores, in North Las Vegas and Henderson, on Aug. 9. Natural Grocers has a store in Reno, and its entry to the Las Vegas area follows …
Sale prices for new homes edge up in Las Vegas, nearing boom-era record
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Las Vegas homebuilders this year are selling more houses, pulling more permits and booking higher prices than they were in 2015, a new report shows. Buyers picked up 3,422 new homes in Clark County this year through June, up 12.7 percent from the same period last year, according to ...
Sierra Brook Court: Living near a home that neighbors call a squatter magnet
Friday, July 22, 2016
In the Las Vegas suburbs, near stretches of open desert and the mountain range on the city’s western fringe, Sierra Brook Court is lined with high-end homes, some with clear views of the Strip from their backyards. Brenda Flank has lived ...
Meet Nana I Am, the mystery man behind a bizarre Las Vegas squatter case
Thursday, July 21, 2016
He sues all the time but never seems to win. He writes his name countless different ways. Accused squatters say he gave them keys to an abandoned, custom-built house, even coaching them on what to tell the police if they came knocking. He's a mysterious figure named ...
Foreclosures on the downswing in Las Vegas, report shows
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Foreclosures slowed in Las Vegas during the first half of the year, but lenders still targeted delinquent homeowners more often here than ...
Selling a relic: Site of failed boom-era tower complex remains on market
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Jack Woodcock has sold houses, developed office buildings and owned retail properties. But over his four-decade real estate career in Las Vegas, he’s never owned anything as big or expensive as his 12-acre hole in the ground in the Las Vegas suburbs. It’s 40 to 50 feet deep and ...
Swanky amenities mark apartment surge in Las Vegas, but does demand match the supply?
Monday, July 11, 2016
A swanky pool area. A sand volleyball court. A dog spa. South Beach, an apartment complex under construction in southwest Las Vegas, plans to offer those perks and more, including fire pits, cabanas, a sports field and outdoor movies. Its name conjures images of people cruising the sand and partying in nightclubs in Miami Beach — never mind the project’s actual ...