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Monday Feb 9 | via KLAS-TV Las Vegas
Abandoned pets and strays account for more than 80 percent of animals brought to already crowded Las Vegas Valley shelters. The shelter run by the nonprofit Animal Foundation sees thousands of new dogs and cats each year. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 3 | via AndhraNews
RealtyTrac , the nation's leading source for comprehensive housing data, today released a joint analysis with Down Payment Resource on the availability of down payment programs across the country, which found that 87 percent of U.S. homes qualify for down payment help. RealtyTrac looked at 2,290 down payment programs from Down Payment Resource's Homeownership Program Index and found that out of more than 78 million U.S. single family homes and condos in 1,792 counties with sufficient home value data, more than 68 million would qualify for a down payment program available in the county where they are located based on the maximum price requirements for those programs and the estimated value of the properties. Comment?
Jan 13, 2015 | via The Las Vegas Sun
William Yar Parke, 25, of Las Vegas died as a result of blunt force injury of the head, according to the Clark County Coroner's Office. On Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014, he was punched after leaving a party at the Venetian, and he fell backward and hit his head on the hard floor, according to his family who have been briefed by Metro Police about what was on the surveillance videotape. Comment?
Dec 22, 2014 | via Las Vegas Review Journal
Korte Company has added five to its Las Vegas office. Danny Ellis, Gerald McMillen and Dan Kinney will be project superintendents; Joe Barber, a project manager and Tony DeGrechie has joined special services. Comment?
Dec 19, 2014 | via Las Vegas Review Journal
I grew up in Las Vegas. When I was a little girl, at Christmastime my parents would drive my sister and me up to a grand mountain covered with snow. Comment?
Friday Feb 20 | via The Las Vegas Sun
Las Vegas' once-battered housing market has improved the past few years but remains riddled with problems, some of which are among the worst in the country: foreclosures, underwater borrowers, flat wages, high unemployment, lousy consumer credit. And yet, Nevada's homebuilding industry, the same group that flooded the valley with quickly built cookie-cutter homes, and Republican allies are blaming one issue as the biggest roadblock of all: homeowners' lawsuits alleging shoddy construction. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 10 | via Nevada Business Journal
When we think we've seen it all, we get delivered another whammy! Do you remember all the commercials and reasons to defeat the ballot question seeking Nevadan's approval for a Margin Tax? How can we so soon forget the barrage of commercials and editorials aimed at defeating that measure? Heck, I wrote some of them [More] This year, Las Vegas-based ... (more) Comment?
Sunday Feb 1 | via Nevada Business Journal
As Nevada's economy picks up the pace, businesses are returning to Nevada and Nevada is returning to business - mostly. Comment?
Jan 1, 2015 | via Nevada Appeal
The Northern Nevada residential real estate market leveled off at the end 2014, but still finished the year better than when it started, leading to optimism about the year ahead. "The market was good initially and flattened out some and stayed stable at the end," says Dan LaPorte, a Realtor with Chase International in Minden and president of the Sierra Nevada Association of Realtors. Comment?
Dec 28, 2014 | via The Las Vegas Sun
As 2014 ends, it is good that Nevada is finally growing again. Now we need to prepare for what type of economy our state will grow into. Comment?
1 min ago | via Basildon Recorder
Average household incomes are back to the levels they were at before the financial downturn struck, the Institute for Fiscal Studies has found. But the recovery in living standards has been much slower than after previous recessions and changes to spending patterns suggest that people think their income prospects have taken a permanent hit, it warned. Comment?
1 min ago | via Alaska Journal of Commerce
Free class for homebuyers -- HomeChoice is for anyone interested in buying a home. This eight-hour course is designed by Alaska Housing Finance Corporation to give Alaskans the knowledge necessary to become an informed homebuyer. Comment?
11 min ago | via Park Record
Habitat for Humanity Director of Business Development and Communications Lisa Schneider and Executive Director Shellie Barrus have worked with Habitat for Humanity for nearly five years. "Especially in an area that is bracketed in resort and rural settings," Nygaard said. Comment?
13 min ago | via Wall Street Journal
Record sales prices for luxury properties and an explosion of lifestyle brands have marked the recent hotel boom. But a low-budget staple is enjoying some of the industry's strongest growth. Comment?
18 min ago | via The Daily Townsman
Credit monitoring agency Equifax says consumer debt, including mortgage debt, rose to $1.529 trillion at the end of 2014. That was up 7.7 per cent from $1.42 trillion at the end of 2013, including a 1.1 per cent increase in the latest quarter. Comment?
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