Dasha Kelly raised thousands of dollars online to prevent an eviction after an interview with CNN last week, but the North Las Vegas woman’s claim that she was the mother of three children was not accurate.
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.
A U.S. House panel is scrutinizing the landlord’s eviction practices during the COVID-19 pandemic following a Review-Journal investigation.
Legal aid attorneys allege Siegel Suites navigated loopholes in Nevada and federal eviction moratoriums during the pandemic.
Financial assistance is available for Nevadans at risk of being evicted for nonpayment of rent and more money is likely on the way, officials said during a Wednesday public forum.
Renters who have received an eviction notice can receive free in-person help Saturday at designated Las Vegas Library District branches.
A projected 249,700 people in Clark County are at risk of eviction starting next month. “It’s just sort of a bad confluence of events,” Guinn Center executive director Nancy Brune said.
The recession created a new breed of corporate landlords. Today, they’re evicting Las Vegas Valley residents at alarming rates.
Arriving home from a family vacation in July 2018, Kari Monson and her three children found an eviction notice taped to their door.
At 9 a.m. Monday, a constable informed the residents of Las Haciendas Apartments in North Las Vegas that they had to move out.