I have seen a few questions regarding pet ownership in Las Vegas / Clark County so I thought I would service those questions with a basic summary of the regulations and issues in Las Vegas, Nevada and surrounding areas. Since my wife and I foster dogs, we have a special interest in the rules. First […]
You might have heard about TRID (TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosures) or “The New HUD Form,” that is being implemented on residential escrows where a government-backed mortgage (most loans) is being used for the purchase. The new combined Truth-In-Lending/”HUD form” comes out of reforms mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act and overseen by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau […]
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NOTE: The information below contains opinion of its author who is not an attorney. Consult a real estate attorney if you need real estate law advice. There has been a lot of talk about the recent Nevada Supreme Court ruling that an HOA foreclosure sale extinguishes the first mortgage (first deed of trust) security […]
Here is the median price appreciation from 2013 to 2014 in Las Vegas. Much of Summerlin averaged around 10% appreciation. What is notable is that 89134 where Sun City Summerlin is located only appreciated 2.3%–the 3rd lowest of all zip codes. The greatest appreciation was in Henderson’s, 89015 zip code. Find out what your Las Vegas […]
University of Las Vegas, Nevada paleoanthropologist Brian Villmoare led a team that found the oldest partial remains of the human genus Homo. The team found the jawbone and teeth in Afar, Ethiopia. Congratulations to Brian and UNLV. See full story at NPR here.