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NHL may face uphill climb in Las Vegas, but let's hope it can stick
Thursday, June 30, 2016
As a lifelong fan of the NHL, I’m excited to be able to watch it live here in Las Vegas. But two questions linger for me: Will locals line up to buy tickets, and will enough tourists want to spend a night watching hockey here when there are ...
Property with a past: Lot with ties to Las Vegas criminals goes on the market
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
A passer-by wouldn't know it, but the vacant lot for sale at 2121 Geronimo Way has an infamous history. It's linked to notorious mother-and-son grifters Sante and Kenneth Kimes, who were ...
Why are high-rises missing from the construction rebound in Las Vegas?
Monday, June 27, 2016
Southern Nevada’s once-pummeled construction industry has bounced back from the depths of the recession, with builders putting up housing tracts ...
Q+A: Director of UNLV research center sees no downside in local economy
Thursday, June 23, 2016
UNLV’s Center for Business and Economic Research plans to host a midyear economic outlook conference today. The center's director, UNLV professor Stephen Miller, spoke with VEGAS INC this week about the economy, including the housing market and the possible effects of ...
Hoping to spark retail activity, Lake Las Vegas welcomes new grocery store
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Lake Las Vegas developers have opened a small, waterfront grocery store, part of a broader campaign to boost business in the opulent Henderson community. Executives with Raintree Investment Corp. held a ribbon-cutting ceremony ...
Ten years after: Looking back at homes sold during bubble era’s peak
Thursday, June 16, 2016
Las Vegas’ housing bubble reached its most bloated point 10 years ago this month, at least by one gauge: resale prices hit their peak. In June 2006, the median sales price of previously owned single family homes in Southern Nevada rose to $315,000, according to the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors. Prices eventually plunged 63 percent to a low of $118,000 in January 2012, after the bubble burst and ...
In North Las Vegas, squatting problem prompts coordinated crackdown
Friday, June 10, 2016
North Las Vegas, arguably more prone to squatters than much of Southern Nevada, is using a multipronged approach to curb the problem: Police, code enforcement and utilities officials say they’re working ...
A weight lifted: Las Vegas no longer has greatest share of debt-laden homes in U.S.
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
An estimated 20.2 percent of Las Vegas-area homeowners with mortgages were underwater in the quarter ending March 31. That was second to ...
Fewer Las Vegas homes sell, but prices are higher
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
After nearly a year of flat prices, Las Vegas houses sold at a noticeably higher level last month amid shrinking sales totals ...
Why many Nevadans might benefit from proposed curbs on payday lenders
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
A federal agency has proposed new regulations for short-term, high-interest lenders in an effort to end borrowers’ “payday debt traps.” The proposal would require lenders ...