Gov. Steve Sisolak will give an update Wednesday as the federal eviction moratorium is about to end.
Homebuilders reported 935 net sales — newly signed sales contracts minus cancellations — in Southern Nevada in June, the third consecutive month-to-month drop and the lowest tally of the year.
Invitation Homes plans to buy around 7,500 homes over the next five years from developer PulteGroup that will be designed and built for Invitation’s portfolio of rental houses, the companies announced.
The nonprofit Legal Aid Center is offering free legal assistance between 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Monday at Windmill Library, located at 7060 W. Windmill Lane, in partnership with Commissioner Justin Jones.
A federal protection for tenants who have been unable to pay their rent during the pandemic is expected to expire this week, and thousands of Nevadans are at risk of being evicted from their home.
The Calida Group has drawn up plans for two projects totaling around 450 rental homes in Henderson’s Cadence community.
Residential real estate investors acquired 3,043 homes in the Las Vegas area in the second quarter, up 279.4 percent from the same period last year, according to a new report.
Disruptions in the supply chain throughout the construction industry are hitting Las Vegas-area nonprofits dedicated to keeping housing affordable — because costs for building materials are far from it.
After growing fast for decades, Clark County’s population is expected to swell by another 1 million people by 2060, a new forecast shows.
InTrust Property Group purchased the 198-unit Atlas Apartment Homes off Decatur Boulevard and Rancho Drive.
A U.S. House panel is scrutinizing the landlord’s eviction practices during the COVID-19 pandemic following a Review-Journal investigation.
Some Clark County residents are seeing apartment rents climb as much as $300. With fewer units on the market compared with last year, some experts say rents are likely to continue to rise.
Sales in the luxury community have accelerated alongside Southern Nevada’s broader housing market.
Edward Homes aims to break ground soon on the 43-unit project and finish in 2023.
Arizona developer The Wolff Co. purchased 13 acres on Las Vegas Boulevard near the M Resort for $10.4 million.