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North Las Vegas Sees Largest Number of Homes Sold

North Las Vegas Sees Largest Number of Homes Sold

A new report from Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors shows the valley had strong home sales April, and one part of North Las Vegas saw more homes sold than any other area.

The report shows 437 single-family homes were sold in the Aliante area of the city at an average of $122,665. Another 38 condo or townhomes were also sold in the area in April. The average price was $63,575. 

Overall, more than 3,000 homes, condos and townhomes were sold in April. That is more than the same time last year, but fewer than the sales figures in March. 

The neighborhood with the second highest number of homes sold in April was the far northwest. Two hundred thirty-one single-family homes sold in that area in April.

Spaces Available for Foreclosure Workshop

Spaces Available for Foreclosure Workshop

Our city is still one of the hardest hit for foreclosures. People wanting to keep their homes will get a chance to get some help. The Las Vegas Senior Citizen Law project is holding a Foreclosure Prevention and Mediation Process workshop on May 11th. People looking to keep their homes out of foreclosure will get a chance to talk with representatives from the City of Las Vegas, The Attorney General's office, The Foreclosure Mediation Program and Consumer Credit Counseling. There will be a question and answer period. The workshop is from 2 to 4 in the afternoon at the Centennial Hills Active Adults Center at 6601 North Buffalo. If you're interested call 229-4167 to RSVP. 

 

Training Sessions Scheduled on New Development Code

Training Sessions Scheduled on New Development Code

The City of Las Vegas will hold two customer training sessions focused on the city’s newly adopted Unified Development Code.

The sessions will enable customers to stay current as well as ask questions about the code before it becomes effective on May 1, 2011. The one-hour sessions will each be held at 5 p.m. at the new Development Services Center, located at 333 N. Rancho Drive, in the third-floor Charleston Conference Room on Tuesday, April 19, and Tuesday, April 26.

On March 16, the Las Vegas City Council adopted a Unified Development Code (UDC) for the city of Las Vegas. The UDC replaces the existing Subdivision Regulations (Title 18) and Zoning Code (Title 19).

The UDC incorporates more graphic-oriented elements, resulting in a document that is more user-friendly while eliminating cross-referencing issues, contradictions and duplication of information.