Tawanda McIntosh dreamed of owning a home since moving to Las Vegas in 2005. For years, she imagined moving to a better neighborhood, being able to get a dog, and creating a warm, inviting space for her teenage daughters Sydney and Janae and herself. It was during the pandemic in 2020 that the single mother decided to get serious about making her dream a reality.


Nevada’s housing shortage is all over the news these days and much of it can be downright depressing if you’re in the market to buy almost anywhere in the state. But fear not, we (and our handy-dandy homebuyer programs) are here for you. Current market conditions make our family of Home Is Possible programs even more valuable to eager buyers than

Cesar and Emily's House is Pet Approved

We love helping homebuyers morph into homeowners. Consequently, we talk about our homebuyer programs with great zeal. (And yes, frequency.)

Today, we’re mixing things up by sharing

Las Vegas real estate agent Alison Rachiell was a teacher for 10 years in Las Vegas and she’s also a native Nevadan, so she’s especially excited about NHD’s new Home Is Possible (HIP) For Teachers program.

“I think it’s great when somebody is dedicating their energy and time to teaching,” Rachiell said. “So being able to put them into a home they might have otherwise been unable to get

At Nevada Housing Division, we love sharing stories about Nevada homebuyers who have used the Home Is Possible program to find their way home—with downpayment money in tow. That never gets old! But today, we thought we’d mix things up and look at the program from the point of view

Home is Possible for Heroes, like Matthew Leue

Matthew Leue is a veteran, and now, a new homeowner thanks to the Home is Possible for Heroes program offered by the Nevada Housing Division. Watch his story.