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Informing Home Buyers and Home Owners about Mortgage Loans; FHA, VA, Conventional and Refinance. Helping you catch on to the latest in the Real Estate Market as a whole. Providing inspiring commentary on the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, Maryland and Virginia Housing Markets, including Property Management and Apartment Industry news. The information you need to stay in it.

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2007 

Nevada has been in the news a lot lately for problematic reasons related to the mortgage industry and residential real estate issues. But after a long drought it again has something to cheer about. It once more is the fastest-growing state in the union, after being edged out last year by Arizona....
12/28/2007
The November residential real estate indicators for Southern Nevada were recently published by Home Builders Research and SalesTraq, two local industry research shops. In general the numbers are down, an altogether familiar pattern for the past several months.In the new home category sales are of...
12/23/2007
Another Las Vegas mega resort development obtained its preliminary approval this week from the Clark County Planning Commission. The $5 billion Plaza is planned for the New Frontier's old location at the north end of the Strip. If the final approval is granted in January, construction is set to b...
12/21/2007
The residential real estate market is still in a state of upheaval in many regions of the country. Overbuilding, investor speculation and lax mortgage lending standards are mentioned as some of the key reasons to the contraction. In many respects, however, it's merely a market economy at work whi...
12/21/2007
Be prepared. The scam artists are on the move. The inevitable byproduct of any market distress is the introduction of them to further complicate the already confusing situation. According to the FBI foreclosure fraud numbers are as high as they have ever been, having received 35,000 reports last ...
12/19/2007
Springs Preserve is a cultural and historical site in the heart of Las Vegas. It primarily observes the city's past, but as it does so, it also looks forward into the future, offering a vision of sustainable living and what it entails. It is a 180-acre attraction with Nevada State Museum and othe...
12/17/2007
 Locals and visitors to Las Vegas do know that fine dining has in recent years made strong inroads into the city's restaurant milieu. Most of them are located in the Strip resorts or their adjacent shopping emporiums. The historically affordable meal remains available, it's the gourmet edition th...
12/15/2007
A lot of attention has lately been directed toward the mortgage industry where lenders continue to struggle with rising foreclosures and try to keep their balance sheets somewhat respectable. Washington also announced an interest rate freeze plan that on the outset received proper headlines, but ...
12/14/2007
 Sin City is working diligently to bring a professional sports franchise to Southern Nevada. Whether it can support one at this stage is a different matter. The other thing is that the city presently lacks a modern arena to house such a team. Thomas & Mack on UNLV campus seems to have what it tak...
12/12/2007
It soon will be, in a small scale. This month Nellis Air Force Base located just north of Las Vegas will start up this continent's largest solar photo-voltaic system, built by the partnership of U.S. Air Force, MMA Renewable Ventures and SunPower Corp. It will generate over 30 million kilowatt ho...
12/12/2007
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