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Housing a “hot topic” everywhere – except the Nevada campaign trail

Perhaps the most tangible affordable housing proposal in Nevada right now involves transferable tax credits for housing developers. The developers sell the credits to...
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Transgender homeless struggle to find shelter, resources

When Bobby Evans became homeless almost a year ago, she was referred to the Las Vegas Rescue Mission. “I got there and thought, ‘Nope, not...
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Heat hits vulnerable Nevadans hardest

Last week, HELP of Southern Nevada received a call from a 92-year-old man whose air conditioner broke in the triple-digit heat. “He had been sitting...

The privatization of public housing

Built in 1971, the Landsman Gardens was the first family public housing complex offered in Clark County. After years of being underfunded, Landsman Gardens fell...

Bubble? What bubble? Fitch, Forbes wrong, LV experts say

A Fitch Ratings report published by Forbes designating Las Vegas as the most overvalued real estate market in the nation has homeowners who survived...
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Unhealthy and unregulated: Conditions in local shelters draw complaints

The Shade Tree Shelter in Las Vegas has a unique mission, describing itself as "the only 24-hour accessible shelter designed specifically to meet the...
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Nevada has an affordable housing crisis, but no affordable housing policy

In 1940, the median value of a single-family home in the U.S. was $2,938. Well, it was 1940. Gas was 18 cents a gallon. You...

Send them away, sweep them away… A look at local policy on homelessness

Las Vegas officials claim that “by offering a one-stop shop with access to medical, housing and employment services through a variety of partners” at...


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