Home Hunting without Fear

Those who’ve suffered the agony of defeat in what’s likely the most dangerous consumer game, learned the hard way that sheer fearlessness isn’t enough to become and remain a homeowner – through good times and bad. The idea isn’t just to buy a home. The goal is to keep your own roof over your head. […]

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State Assembly Committee Passes AB396

Lake Tahoe’s Nevada shoreline could go public On Thursday, April 11, 2013 the State Assembly Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining voted to pass Assembly Bill 396 as amended, which would allow public access to Lake Tahoe’s shoreline. The bill now goes to the full Assembly. Unlike California, Nevada law does not provide for […]

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Nevada State Senate Committee Passes SB229

Last Thursday the Senate Committee on Natural Resources voted to repeal a law that paves the way for Nevada’s withdrawal from a decades-old compact regulating development and environmental protections at Lake Tahoe. In a 3-2 party-line vote, the committee approved Senate Bill 229, which seeks to undo a law passed in 2011. It now goes […]

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Most Americans Want Eco-Friendly Homes

              Eco-friendly homes have gone mainstream: most people would trade in their swimming pools for Energy Star appliances and CFL lighting, according to the realtor.com survey. The desire to be eco-friendly has increased dramatically in recent years. We may commemorate Earth Day in April but many people make a concerted effort to go green in […]

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