Fri May 30, 2014
The Las Vegas Housing Market's Slow Return To Normal
Five years ago the state of the Las Vegas housing market was chaotic and in a very bad way. Foreclosures dominated and the market became so bad that people began to walk away. But where are we now? Prices have been climbing for a couple of years but might be plateauing now. What does that mean if you're planning on selling? Or buying a house? And there are plenty of people still under water but it's more shallow than it used to be. What should they do? A panel of experts will give us their thinking on the housing market in Las Vegas.
John Restrepo, Principal, RCG Economics
Heidi Kasama, President, Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors
Paul Cullen, attorney, Cogburn Law Office
Ehren Alessi, President, Resolution Realty