Las Vegas’ housing market is gaining speed with fast-rising prices and increased construction. And as Lawrence Yun sees it, prices won’t tumble anytime soon, and builders need to build more to boost inventory.
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.
Torrance, California-based Partner Engineering and Science announced last month that it acquired risk management company NevadaConstruction Services.
Casino owner Derek Stevens has added to his downtown real estate holdings. Stevens acquired the 11-story office building at 302 E. Carson Ave. and its adjacent parking garage for $39.7 million, property records show.
Seven or eight years ago, Las Vegas’ housing market was all but dead. Today it’s reached the most heated levels in years.
Three builders have teamed up to buy more than 600 acres – and by all accounts, it’s the largest single purchase of a housing site in years.
With renters filling apartments, buyers can’t get enough. Investors bought five Las Vegas Valley apartment complexes for $260 million combined between May 18-29.
With a possible strike looming, the Culinary Union has released survey results showing widespread sexual harassment and safety concerns at Las Vegas casinos.
Las Vegas homebuilders have more than doubled their land purchases this year amid rising sales and prices, a new report shows.
As anyone hunting for tickets can tell you, it can cost a small fortune to get a seat in T-Mobile Arena for the Stanley Cup Final. No surprise there, given the rabid demand for Golden Knights seats and merchandise throughout the playoffs.
After buying houses in bulk, a casino and much more in Las Vegas, the Blackstone Group has now picked up two small hotels.
U.S. home values are rising at their fastest pace since the peak of the bubble last decade, and Las Vegas is near the front of the pack, a new report shows.
Thomas Benson, who authorities say follows anti-government “sovereign citizen” ideology, was given probation this week for filing bogus real estate paperwork in Las Vegas.
Three years after trying to sell a chunk of the Strip, a group of investors has put the property back on the market — and they’re asking a lot more this time.
When Golden Knights center William Karlsson let open a team secret of sorts recently — they call themselves the Golden Misfits — the nickname caught on.
Jovito and Trixie Olivo have never been to a Golden Knights game – the tickets are too expensive. But that hasn’t stopped the Henderson couple from stockpiling about $3,000 worth of Golden Knights jerseys, shirts, hats, pins, stickers, pucks and more.