New-home closings down 42 percent in May

July 2011
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);7/4/2011, Vol. 28 Issue 27, pP25
The article reports on the declining trend in the new-home closings in the U.S. by 42 per cent in May 2011. It reports that the price for vacant lots in the Las Vegas Valley in Nevada showed weakness as the demand in the real estate market decreased in the first quarter of the year. An increased sales volume was observed from the last quarter of 2010.


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