Housing market starts year on slow note in Las Vegas, US

Econ & Housing

Las Vegas’ housing market started the year on a slow note — and, a new report shows, so did the country overall. Nationwide, the pace of resales “waned” for the 12th consecutive month in January, according to the National Association of Realtors, which said sales were down 0.7 percent from December and almost 37 percent…

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