If your looking to move your family or business to Las Vegas just drop me a note , I have been in the Valley for over 30years and know it quite well . I am a small business owner and realtor so I know what happening .
Last time I checked, Las Vegas has the worst foreclosure rate in the US, along with a massive fall in property values, maybe you could hook me up with a bargain?
Mark, I recently read that Las Vegas has taken over the lead in foreclosures; I think Denver previously had that honor. There are lots of deals to be had but remember most of the stuff on the market was overpriced to begin with at the start of the foreclosure boom. Currently, banks that own a lot of the foreclosures on the market haven’t started dropping prices that much, the money is to be made saving the soles that are smart enough to look for outside buyers _ I do think that banks will loosen up over the next couple of months. The best place to invest is into commercial development with all of the residential areas that have been built here in Las Vegas the lack of services are still where the money is being made, so building and buying commercial and retail projects. Hope that helps.
Go to the Clark County Department of Labor Job-search and Placement Services and keep after them until they get you a job. You may qualify for training funds. See the link is below. When I was laid off form a job after 10 years, I went to my county office and did not leave without answers and help. I think that is the place to make yourself visible and persistently vocal.
http://detr.state.nv.us/ESD%20Pages/job … ervice.htm
Nevada Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation
2800 E. St. Louis Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89104
500 East Third Street - Carson City, NV 89713
General Info: (775) 684-3849 - FAX: (775) 684-3850 - TTY: (775) 687-5353
Go to the Human Services Office to help with rent, and food and even transportation out of the county if youhave to move to find work. They advertise plane fare, bus fare, and gaaoline help.The anount of help they can give depends on how much is left in their yearly allowance from the state and federal govt.
1600 Pinto Lane (main office, they list 3 others)
Las Vegas, NV 89106
Fax (702) 455-5950
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