Barbary Coast Las Vegas 1031 Exchange Land Next To Echelon Place

Barbary Coast Las VegasBarbary Coast Las Vegas hotel wants 1031 exchange sale to Harrah’s Las Vegas in exchange for 24 acres of Las Vegas real estate near Stardust Las Vegas hotel, the future Echelon Place Las Vegas by Boyd Gaming Corp. Harrah’s Las Vegas has the land under contract to purchase from third parties, said Boyd Gaming.

The Las Vegas land transaction will give Boyd 87 contiguous acres on the Las Vegas Strip and the ability to develop future phases of its multibillion-dollar Echelon Place project, which is replacing the Stardust Casino. The addition of Barbary Coast will give Harrah’s control some 350 acres on the Strip.

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Las Vegas Show and Events for Weekend May 19th 2006

Las Vegas Show and Events for the Weekend of May 19th
Las Vegas Show and Events

May 19, 20
Jay Leno
Standup Comedy of Jay Leno at the Mirage hotel Las Vegas. Tickets are $90 plus tax and applicable fees in the Danny Gans Theatre. Call 702-792-7777

May 20
For the Kids
Radio Station Mix 94.1 presents Kids’ Mix at Sunset Park, a festival for kids of all ages, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Meet the Rugrats and enjoy musical entertainment from Anna Nalick. Admission is $5: children under 3 are free. The park is located at Sunset Road and Eastern Avenue. Call 702-455-8161.

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Las Vegas Real Estate Buyers Common Closing Costs

Las Vegas Real Estate Buyers Common Closing Costs

The Las Vegas lender must disclose a good faith estimate of all settlement costs in a Las Vegas real estate transaction. A check to cover your closing costs will probably have to be a cashier’s check. The Las Vegas title company or other entity conducting the closing will tell you the required amount for: Continue reading Las Vegas Real Estate Buyers Common Closing Costs

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Las Vegas Home Insurance Clue Report

Home Insurance Clue Report

Do you know how to investigate a Las Vegas home’s insurance claim records?  This can be done easily by a CLUE report.  CLUE, Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange, is a national database with more than 40 million personal property claims.  This home insurance clue report is equivalent to a credit report for a Las Vegas home, which shows all claims reported to the insurance company for Las Vegas real estate over a five-year time frame, including mold, fires, and water damage.  Your insurance report will show the type of loss, date of loss, and amounts paid to a Las Vegas real estate homeowner.

The insurance scoring system and the CLUE report are tools insurers use to decide your risk profile.  This system tells the insured how likely are you to file a claim against your policy. Insurers send information about paid claims on your home, maybe even your inquiries about coverage that do not result in a claim, into a national database for use by insurers. Information included in the database, along with your insurance score, makes up your risk profile. Insurers use the profile to decide whether you get new insurance. At renewal time, your current insurer of your Las Vegas real estate will probably review your claims history as well as your current insurance score to set your premiums, even deciding if you should still be insured.  When you shop for new insurance, the Las Vegas insurance company may order a CLUE report. If information is inaccurate, you can be left without insurance while you fix the errors.

  • Under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003, property owners can order one free report every year.

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