Lied Center for Real Estate News
The Lied Center for Real Estate (Formerly Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies) was established in 1989 by the Lee Business School at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to foster excellence in real estate education and research. The center was endowed in 1991 through a generous gift and a challenge grant from the Ernest F. Lied Foundation Trust.
Current Real Estate News
A collection of stories featuring UNLV’s continued flexibility and adaptability in the face of COVID-19.
Vivek Sah, director of Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies at UNLV, reflects on the impact of the global pandemic on the market for homes in Southern Nevada.
Quarterly report from the Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies provides zip code-specific data for apartment market trends throughout Las Vegas.
Director of UNLV Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies offers key factors to consider when finding your permanent home.
Monthly report is packed with zip code-specific data and offers insight on housing market trends statewide.
Ernst Lied and his namesake library continue to play an important part in the everyday lives of UNLV students.
Real Estate In The News
Demand for houses has remained robust through the first months of the coronavirus crisis, with bidding wars on many properties, some Las Vegas area real estate agents say.
Right now, many businesses are struggling to pay the rent and trying to negotiate a discount.
The spring homebuying season arrived this year without a bloom.
The housing market has a cycle. A real estate expert told 8 News Now that southern Nevada was overdue for a slow down, and the pandemic just accelerated that.
Las Vegas’ foreclosure rate was above the national average in 2019 but fell to its lowest point in years, a new report shows.
It’s an age-old question that gets asked time and again by folks on the fence: Is it better to buy a home or rent? The answer, of course, has always depended on personal circumstances and market conditions.