Spring has arrived in Northern Nevada – and not just with blossoming flowers and trees.

blog post.springtime in northern nevada.photoSpring is here, a relieving respite from short winter days and harsher weather.   The transition feels particularly welcome this year after twelve months of lockdowns, COVID surges and the personal toll the pandemic has taken on members of our communities.  A tangible sign of light beginning to pierce through from the end of the tunnel is the number of vaccines distributed and injected into arms.

Northern Nevada is also witnessing positive economic phenomena.  Sales and sale prices of residential housing in the area are skyrocketing.  The increase in home prices may cause legitimate angst of an impending real estate bubble, and affordable housing in the area remains a significant unaddressed problem.  But the growth in real estate sales suggests that people find northern Nevada attractive enough to relocate here from California and other areas of the United States.  Businesses that have survived the pandemic thus far are poised to reopen and get back to normal, whatever that may consist of.

Spring is here – and Northern Nevada is reopening for business.

About Elizabeth

Elizabeth is a Shareholder at Lee High, Ltd. and has been practicing law for over seventeen years. She is involved in numerous local community organizations and in her free time you can find her on the ski slopes, running races or spending time with her kids and two golden retriever puppies.

About Cecilia

Cecilia has nearly 30 years of experience practicing bankruptcy and commercial law. She has represented clients in all primary aspects of bankruptcy practice, including debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, committees and trustees in chapters 7, 11, 12 and 13. She has represented clients in all aspects of bankruptcy appeals, including to the U.S. Supreme Court.