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By HOM Editorial Team | May 19, 2015
When the Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS® stepped in to prevent the city of North Las Vegas from adopting a dangerous proposal from a private company, it knew that the outcome would have reverberations across the state.
Home searches have started earlier and earlier in the year for each of the past five years, but 2019 was the first time January really stood out.
As the baby boomer generation is reaching retirement, they have something different in mind when it comes to housing options.
If you’re considering a move to hopefully find some breathing room, these 7 underpriced cities have all the same great perks to offer with a significantly friendlier price tag.
Those who rely on the National Flood Insurance Program to cover potential losses from a natural disaster are breathing a sigh of relief, albeit a temporary one.
In December 2017, Congress passed a massive tax reform billed call the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). A few aspects of the TCJA affect homeowners and the tax incentives for owning a home.