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March 2012

Found 3 blog entries for March 2012.

Nevada has always been a non-judicial foreclosure state.  If a borrower was past due, all the mortgage holder had to do was produce copies of the appropriate documents and file foreclosure notices, and within approximately 5 months the foreclosure sale took place at the county steps. There was no right of redemption for the borrower, and the new purchaser took possession immediately.

But in the wake of the robo signing scandals, the Nevada legislature passed a new amendment, AB 284, which included the requirement that an authorized representative of the current lien holder had to complete and sign an affidavit indicating they had “personal knowledge” of all previous transfers of interest in the note. Most notes are sold by the originating lender within

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The mission statement of the new Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas reads: “To build and establish a high quality performing arts center that is embraced by the community and recognized as a vital force by supporting artistic excellence, education and inspiration for all.”

Well, mission accomplished! Say hello to the most hotly anticipated cultural venue in Las Vegas history: a $450 million performing arts center that puts Las Vegas on a par with the world's great stages. Some musicians are even claiming it is THE best performing arts center in the entire world. If you’ve been debating whether to move to Las Vegas because of its lack of cultural events, wonder no more.

The Smith Center celebrated its gala March 10th opening by greeting

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We are truly excited to announce the launch of our newly redesigned web site at www.GreatLasVegasHomes.com. The new site has much more information on specific housing communities and condo developments, with on-page statistics for high, low and median prices within each community and direct links to listings by price range.

The new real estate search engine also gives you many more choices to refine your search results – you can even eliminate short sales or look specifically for bank foreclosures. Each detailed property listing has maps showing nearby amenities like schools, restaurants and shops. And, unlike the national sites, contingent properties have been eliminated, so you don’t waste hours looking at properties that are already under contract.

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