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  • KB Home Rolls Out Plan for Latest Community

    On the back of a solid home buying month in the Las Vegas area, KB Home recently revealed its latest residential community in the area. The homebuilder announced the opening of Portola Hills in Henderson, one of the areas of the Las Vegas Valley that has been shouldering a lot of the development load during recent years. The homes that are set to be built at Portola Hills will be customizable to the buyer’s liking.

    Las Vegas 17 April 2015 22:21
  • QE3 on Its Way Out

    The Federal Reserve’s massive, two-year stimulus of the economy—occasionally still called QE3—is now set to ride off into the sunset, according to the latest minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee.

    National 10 July 2014 12:37
  • Debt Ceiling Lumbers Back Onto National Stage

    The House is again working on a bill to raise the debt ceiling, and the Las Vegas housing market is showing signs of a recovery now that 72 percent of residential transactions are conventional.

    National 11 February 2014 14:57
  • Residential Market’s Strong Finish Points To More Gains in 2014

    Las Vegas finally had a full good year in terms of its housing market prices. The end of 2013 marked continued gains for the local market, as data issued by the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors indicates. December saw prices rising once again, prepping the new year, which according to industry specialists, will one of steadier gains, and stabilization.

    Las Vegas 16 January 2014 22:26
  • FOMC Warns About Foolish Policy, Debates QE3

    The Federal Open Market Committee released the minutes of its Sept. 17-18 meeting on Wednesday, and it was clear the central bankers saw one thing coming.

    National 10 October 2013 13:43
  • Mortgage Applications Drop as Rates Rise

    The Mortgage Bankers Association reported on Wednesday that mortgage refinance activity is at its lowest level since 2009.

    National 12 September 2013 14:01
  • Bank Failures Down to a Trickle This Year

    The Bank of Wausau, in the central Wisconsin town of the same name, became the 18th U.S. bank to fail this year, when the FDIC took action on Friday to forcibly merge the small bank into Nicolet National Bank in Green Bay, Wis. So far 2013 has seen only a trickle of domestic bank failures, especially when compared to the recession and post-recession years from 2008 to 2012.

    National 12 August 2013 19:01