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$30 million for rental assistance approved – and expected to run out fast

The Nevada Legislature's Interim Finance Committee approved transferring $30 million of federal coronavirus relief funds to a statewide rental assistance program, which is anticipated...
pretty expensive really

Covid-19 and housing: ‘A crisis on top of a crisis’

Before a global health pandemic shut down industries, skyrocketed Nevada's unemployment rate and left thousands unable to pay rent for months, Nevada had a...

HUD awards $33 million for homeless in Nevada

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Tuesday awarded Nevada $33,452,847 in grants meant to assist families who are experiencing homelessness in...
isolation quarantine

Homeless population at COVID-19 isolation complex triples in two days

The number of people at the joint city/county isolation and quarantine complex in Las Vegas, which houses those experiencing homelessness who have tested positive...
another day

CARES Act rental and housing assistance still in the pipeline

The $16 million allocated to Nevada through the CARES Act to specifically address housing and homeless issues exacerbated by COVID-19 won’t be disbursed until...

Nevada gets positive ranking in COVID-19 ‘Housing Policy Scorecard’

Eviction Lab, which collects nationwide eviction data, recently released its COVID-19 Housing Policy Scorecard to look at how states fare at preventing people from...
green door

Complaints pile up over extended stay motels skirting eviction moratorium

Updated April, 17, 2020When it comes to complaints from tenants about landlords or property managers , the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada usually...
disrupt this

COVID-19 disrupts vacation rental market 

With the world at a virtual standstill, now is not the best time to own a vacation rental. Short-term rental hosts are reeling from...

North Las Vegas council votes to penalize landlords who violate emergency directives

Despite an emergency statewide directive preventing landlords from evicting and locking out tenants during the current health crisis, there have been incidents where landlords...
if only there were some vacant rooms somewhere in this town

Senators detail $16 million of relief bill’s housing, homeless funding

U.S. Sens. Jacky Rosen (D-NV) and Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) , announced more than $16 million for housing and homeless funds from the U.S....


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