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Oct 9, 2018

Homes regain value in less than two years, study says

Oct 9, 2018

A recent study finds that some of the West’s most fire-prone areas — densely forested, scenic landscapes — are also some of its most desirable.

Oct 8, 2018

More people than ever want to live on the wild edges of Western cities, despite the risk wildfires pose to their homes. A recent study by researchers at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, found that wildfires drive down real estate prices only in the immediate aftermath of a disaster. Home prices in burned areas typically rebound to pre-fire levels within one to two years.

Oct 8, 2018

A recent study by researchers at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, found that wildfires drive down real estate prices only in the immediate aftermath of a disaster. Home prices in burned areas typically rebound to pre-fire levels within one to two years.

Oct 8, 2018

More people than ever want to live on the wild edges of Western cities, despite the risk wildfires pose to their homes. A recent study by researchers at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, found that wildfires drive down real estate prices only in the immediate aftermath of a disaster. Home prices in burned areas typically rebound to pre-fire levels within one to two years.

Oct 4, 2018

More people than ever want to live on the wild edges of Western cities, despite the risk wildfires pose to their homes. A recent study by researchers at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, found that wildfires drive down real estate prices only in the immediate aftermath of a disaster. Home prices in burned areas typically rebound to pre-fire levels within one to two years.

Sep 13, 2018

Las Vegas is having a tough time living down its sordid past. Not that sordid past. It’s our reputation as Ground Zero in the foreclosure crisis a decade ago that has Southern Nevada in the news now.

Sep 11, 2018

Her mother is a blackjack dealer at Caesar’s Palace, one of the mega-casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, while her father works in housekeeping at another. Han, 25, grew up in Las Vegas, but went to college in the Bay Area and spent a year there working as a biochemist.

Sep 5, 2018

Wildfires have been ravaging the eastern coast of the United States this summer, but the risk of having your home destroyed in a blaze hasn’t prevented home buyers from purchasing in at-risk areas, according to a recent study.

Sep 4, 2018

A new study affirms that wildfire risks don't impact property values in fire-prone areas over the long run.

Sep 4, 2018

The immediate impact of wildfires will clearly have an impact on buyers considering areas prone to blazes but not for long.

Sep 4, 2018

In this week’s Real Estate News in Brief podcast… experts predict when we’ll see a buyer’s market, home buyer activity in the wake of wildfires, and proof that the retail apocalypse doesn’t exist.

Aug 31, 2018

Historically, the occurrence of wildfires has dampened home-value appreciation in the immediate area of the fire. This holds true even in neighborhoods with no evacuations or property damage. However, the 2018 wildfire season appears to be a different case entirely.

Aug 31, 2018

New research says wildfires that threaten or even burn homes don’t scare off potential new homeowners.

Aug 31, 2018

If land acquisition and real estate investment strategists didn't already have enough on their plates, what with polar opposite mixed-signals on the economic horizon line, now there's this.

Aug 31, 2018

A three-dimensional model illustrates what is happening in the real estate market in high risk areas after a forest fire, and according to research from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and Pittsburgh in the US, houses in dangerous places are recovering within one to two years of the outbreak of fire.

Aug 30, 2018

Land valuation calculations get more complex as the pace and severity of natural disasters intensify.

Aug 30, 2018

You'd think living in the path of known natural disasters would deter a person from buying a house there. When it comes to wildfires, however, our memories are hilariously short. The fallout is no laughing matter, though.