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Poo patrol: Do your duty — or else
Friday, March 27, 2015
As the business manager at Vantage Lofts, an upscale apartment complex in Henderson, Jeffery Arterberry signs renters, manages finances and oversees maintenance. He also puts residents with pets on alert: the posh, pricey property has poop police. Vantage is one of a few Las Vegas Valley residential properties using ...
Las Vegas home prices leave wage growth in the dust
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Las Vegas’ soaring home prices outpaced wage growth at one of the fastest rates in the nation the past few years. The average weekly wage in Southern Nevada last year was ...
Report: Rising interest rates could dampen home sales
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Las Vegas homebuilders are seeing more signs of a turnaround, but with borrowing costs poised to rise, sales could fall again, according to a new report. Builders sold 474 new homes in ...
IKEA set to break ground next month on Las Vegas store
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Fans of Swedish meatballs and self-assembly cabinets are one step closer to retail paradise. IKEA, the popular low-priced furniture chain, has set a ground-breaking date of April 9 for its first Southern Nevada location ...
As home prices slow, tougher for homeowners to get ‘above water’
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Las Vegas’ once-huge rate of underwater homeowners keeps improving, but as price-growth slows, the flow of borrowers escaping upside-down status has ...
Las Vegas foreclosure filings on the rise, report finds
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Nevada’s foreclosure woes worsened last month as lenders seized more homes than in January and filed more default notices. One in every 569 homes statewide received ...
Now-vacant banking center at The Lakes once brought hope for Las Vegas economy
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
When the powerful out-of-state company looked to build a big facility in Nevada, there were high-fives all around. Backers said it would diversify the economy, pump in hundreds of technical jobs, lure other big business and improve the area’s image. The governor met with the CEO and, prodded to do whatever it takes, called ...
Comparing the hype: Citicorp then, Tesla now
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Here’s what people said then, as Citicorp was being lured to Las Vegas, and recently, as Nevada was luring Tesla to build a massive battery plant in Reno, as shown in letters of support, legislative testimony, news articles and ...
Rebuilding years in Southern Nevada
Monday, March 16, 2015
After the bubble and burst, Las Vegas’ commercial real estate industry is picking up again. Weak spots remain, but mothballed projects are being completed, warehouse construction is on the upswing, the bloated office
vacancy rate slowly is improving, investors are buying shopping centers at a fast clip, and land sales are climbing ...
CEO exits Las Vegas bank for marijuana startup
Thursday, March 12, 2015
John Sullivan made a name for himself as medical marijuana investors’ go-to banker in Las Vegas. Now, he has left his job and ...