Nevada Attorneys Chase Short Sales Instead of Ambulances

Las Vegas, NV - May 8, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Before you hand over your hard earned dollars to a Nevada Short Sale Attorney, consider the following; will the attorney guarantee their services and pay you a full refund if they fail to perform? If you meet with an attorney who won’t agree to refund your money should they fail to get your short sale approved, GET UP AND LEAVE!

Las Vegas Myers Team Announces 4.95% Non-Short Sale Listing Services

LAS VEGAS, NV - August 22, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- In today’s economy, every penny counts. The Myers Team with the Caliber Realty Group recognizes that there are many homeowners in Las Vegas who still have equity and do NOT need to do a short sale. While real estate commissions are negotiable, the fact remains that most real estate companies still charge a 6% commission to sell your home, even though Las Vegas home values have depreciated by 50% or more. Additionally, many Brokers feel it is acceptable to charge a “transaction fee” on top of the commission (a.k.a. document fees, storage fees, compliance fees, etc.) and these fees can range anywhere from $400.00 – $700.00. Why pay top dollar to sell your home when you can get BETTER SERVICE, BETTER MARKETING and BETTER RESULTS for less?


Nevada Short Sale Information – FTC Cracks Down on Loan Modification...

Las Vegas, NV - January 6, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- Effective January 31, 2011, The Federal Trade Commission has banned loan modification companies from charging up-front fees for negotiating modifications of residential mortgage loans. According to Eric Witksoki, Chief of the Attorney General’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, and the state consumer advocate, “Money spent on mortgage modification consultants is a bad bet for consumers.” Additionally, Witkoski commented that spending money on loan modification is “worse than some of the odds at the casino tables.”



The Bureau of Land Management Las Vegas Field Office is seeking public comments on a proposal to sell 40 parcels totaling 754.88 acres of public land in Clark County, Nevada. The competitive sale would be by sealed and oral bidding in accordance with the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act (SNPLMA). A Notice of Realty Action published in today’s Federal Register opens a 45-day comment period which will close January 8, 2018.