Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices’ largest independently owned franchise is now offering group health insurance plans for its self-employed real estate sales executives in Nevada, California and Arizona. Americana Holdings is one of the first major real estate firms to offer group health insurance, which is available to all of its 3,500 Realtors.
Subaru of America Inc. (SOA) and Findlay’s Subaru of Las Vegas presented a check for $24,697 to Discovery Children’s Museum and $31,802 to Red Rock Search Rescue. Discovery Children’s Museum and Red Rock Search Rescue were local beneficiaries in the 2019 Subaru Share the Love Event.
“Since our employees are working from home, we wanted to do something to thank them for all they do and show them how much we appreciate them.” said Rod Truman, the company’s talent success manger. “We decided to do an employee appreciation drive-through event where they stayed in their cars and we handed out gift bags to each employee.”
Camino Verde Group recently completed the purchase of a 28-unit multifamily property at 2556 S. Van Patten St. in the historic Commercial Center District of Las Vegas. The units will be rebranded as Camino 2556.
The statewide Nevada Realtors issued a statement from NVR President Chris Bishop about Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order prohibiting open houses in Nevada.
Besides needing funds available for small businesses during the COVID-19 crisis, small business owners need additional support and guidance, as well as opportunities to talk with other small business owners. University of Nevada, Reno Extension is offering virtual question-and-answer “Coping With COVID-19 Town Halls” for small businesses every Wednesday, and webinars on specific topics for small businesses every Friday. The town halls and the webinars will be offered in Spanish and English and are aimed at helping small businesses “pivot and adapt” during this challenging time.
Cox Media announced it is offering free television advertising to local restaurants amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Existing home prices in Southern Nevada hit a new peak in March, despite the onset of a local and national state of emergency related to the coronavirus pandemic. That’s according to a report released Tuesday by Las Vegas Realtors.