Yerington Real Estate News
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Apr 12, 2015 | via Reno Gazette-Journal
FEMA grants: Residents who received funds: 260 Residents who registered: 326 Total amount FEMA granted: $1,902,914.82 The least amount given: $50 Largest amount given: $28,800 First payment residents received: Feb. 10. Registration is closed and no additional residents are awaiting FEMA funds. Comment?
5 hrs ago | via KTVN Reno
Lennar Homes has been well-known for building new houses for sale, but now they are also in the rental business. Frontera at Pioneer Meadows began as the company's first rental-only community in the United States. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 16 | via The Las Vegas Sun
For the first time in almost a year, Nevada is back on top of America's foreclosure heap as lenders repossess a rising number of homes. One in every 507 homes statewide received a foreclosure-related filing last month, up 16 percent from July and 4 percent from August 2014, according to a new report from RealtyTrac. Comment?
Monday Sep 14 | via The Las Vegas Sun
Charles Van Geel, vice president of leasing and sales at American Nevada Company, is a well-known problem solver in a complex industry. His experience negotiating lease and sales transactions, contributing ideas and insights for development, and analyzing the real estate landscape made him a strong candidate for president of the Southern Nevada chapter of NAIOP, a commercial real estate development association. Comment?
Sep 6, 2015 | via Las Vegas Review Journal
In Nevada, distressed homeowners don't need to win big at the casino to score as much as $100,000 in order to keep their homes. They simply need a device with Internet access and a link to the U.S. Treasury's Nevada Hardest Hit Fund , which wants to be the surest bet moving forward for the estimated 25 percent of state homeowners still under or treading water. Comment?
Aug 11, 2015 | via Las Vegas Review Journal
A carpenter works on the roof of a new home under construction in the Montecito neighborhood at the western edge of Las Vegas on Tuesday, March 17, 2015. According to the Commerce Department, U.S. housing starts plunged to their lowest level in a year in February. Comment?
17 min ago | via The Jersey Journal
Nearly all candidates in the race for five open seats on the Bayonne Board of Education participated in the Bayonne Rotary's public forum last week, coming to the table with diverse backgrounds ranging from education to real estate to law enforcement. In a half-packed auditorium at Bayonne High School on Oct. 1, 18 out of the 20 candidates spoke for five minutes each to tell a crowd of around 150 people their qualifications, why they want to sit on the board and their goals as a board member. Comment?
21 min ago | via The Wave
Showing large, expensive homes takes more time, requires an appointment, requires the sellers' agent to be present and actually conduct a practiced tour of the home. Versus a smaller property that might take only a few minutes to tour, can be scheduled within less than an hour, and doesn't require anyone to point out all the special features. Comment?
32 min ago | via Boston Herald
From the outside, the two-story colonial at 8 Arlington Road in the Chestnut Hill section of Brookline has the heavy look of a New England home built for harsh winters, with its red brick facade and slate roof. But go inside, and the house is stunningly bright and open, with large windows in the living and dining rooms, skylight windows in the white kitchen and a sunroom in the back. Comment?
53 min ago | via Observer
Combined, closed sales of existing single-family homes in Chautauqua County rose 13.1 percent in August compared to a year ago, according to the housing market report released today by the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Board of REALTORS. August pending sales jumped 10.2 percent compared to last August, while the median sales price remained the same. Comment?
1 hr ago | via San Bernardino County Sun
California's housing market will continue to improve into 2016, but a housing shortage and a lack of affordability in some areas will also persist, according to the California Association of Realtors' 2016 California Housing Market Forecast. The forecast, released this week, sees an increase in existing home sales of 6.3 percent to reach 433,000 units next year, up from the projected 2015 sales figure of 407,500 homes sold. Comment?
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