Zillow executives may say they’re not in the house-flipping business, but based on its first batch of deals in Las Vegas, that’s exactly what the company is doing: buying and then quickly selling homes.
Eli Segall joined the Review-Journal in August 2016 after covering real estate and other business topics for four years at the Las Vegas Sun. He also worked for the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal, The Associated Press and other news groups. Segall has a bachelor’s in political science from the University of Michigan and a master’s in journalism from the University of Maryland. His awards include 2017 Story of the Year from the Nevada Press Association.
Las Vegas house prices are cooling off this summer and the full-year sales tally might be below 2017’s, a new report says.
The listing for a house here touts plenty of selling points — breathtaking views, generous lot sizes and upgraded granite countertops. What’s not mentioned? The former owner is one of the most infamous mass murderers in U.S. history.
The World Buddhism Association Headquarters bought 12.2 acres of mostly vacant property at Sahara Avenue and Paradise Road, next to the SLS Las Vegas, for$17.5 million. The sale closed July 24, Clark County records show.
With higher land prices making single-family houses less affordable, Las Vegas builders are cramming sites with more units by putting up condos and townhouses.
The Pinball Hall of Fame plans to move from its current location near UNLV at 1610 E. Tropicana Ave.
Big-money investors have owned rental homes around Las Vegas for years. But despite fast-rising sales prices, they aren’t ready to cash in, thanks to people like Darrius Mathis and Kayte Fernandez.
Like practically everywhere else in the Las Vegas Valley, the south Strip has a long track record of developers pitching massive projects and never following through.
An airline with nobody around to fly its planes isn’t much of an airline, so you’d think another threat by Allegiant Air pilots to walk off the job might spark some concern.
Las Vegas homebuilders notched another boost in sales last month, and condos and townhouses comprised a higher share of the total.
It marks a rare real estate deal for the sleepy southern edge of the Strip and carries an unusual backstory, as the late owner — without his estranged wife’s knowledge — allegedly transferred the motel’s ownership to a trust he had formed with his mistress, according to court documents.
The Bureau of Land Management is looking to sell almost 90 acres of Las Vegas Valley land.
Tower 16 Capital Partners announced Friday that it bought the 512-unit Foothill Village, 6255 W. Tropicana Ave. at Jones Boulevard, in a joint venture with Henley USA.
As house hunters and real estate agents know, the inventory of homes for sale has dropped fast in Las Vegas.
Charleston Tower, which consists of a six-story office building, a two-story office building and a two-level parking structure, is about 95 percent occupied. Its main tenant is the UNLV School of Medicine.