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The idea of selling public lands is sacrilegious in much of the West. In Southern Nevada, the affordable housing crisis may be an extenuating circumstance.
Three people who've thought a lot about the latest Clark County lands bill weigh in on how we could do better
Short-term rentals are great for tourists looking for alternative lodging options, but they're also contributing to housing shortages and sky-high real estate prices.
Retired Las Vegas City Attorney Brad Jerbic is seeking to develop quality, affordable housing in the Las Vegas Valley.
Funding to address Southern Nevada's affordable housing crisis will get a big boost from President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
Nevada is about to get more than twice what it usually gets in federal housing trust fund grants. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto D-NV., made the announcement last week.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — A real estate website is ranking Reno among the top 20 least-affordable housing markets in the U.S., with cost-burdened households needing to spend nearly half their income to afford a median home.
The pandemic has seen Nevada’s jobless rate skyrocket and its residents scrambling for unemployment money.
Clark County’s existing master plan was written in 1983, back when it had only 530,000 residents.
The Henderson City Council voted to approve an update to its comprehensive development plan to address affordable housing issues.
Rents in Nevada have been climbing for a long time now. And yet, it’s getting even worse in Reno.
Tom Steyer has outlasted several Democrats this primary season.
Hours after the smoke cleared from the December 21 Alpine Motel Apartments fire, investigators said the culprit appeared
Reno remains among the least affordable cities for housing in the United States, ranking 18th nationwide in a report just out from real estate website RealtyHop.
Across Nevada, housing costs are rising.
Part of that is the influx of new people seeking homes and apartments; part of it is not enough homes and apartments are being built.