Cyma Saeed

Stories by Cyma Saeed

Off the Beaten Path: Unique Southwestern Road Trips

May 08, 2014

With the end of the school year looming, it’s time to start planning some summer fun! As a Las Vegan, you may be ready to venture away from The Strip, and you’ve probably already checked out the Hoover Dam and even the Grand Canyon. So, where can you go for an interesting trip, without having […]

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Buying a Car from a Private Seller in Vegas: Avoiding Lemons and Staying Safe

Apr 10, 2014

When you’re buying a car from a private seller in Las Vegas, there are lots of things to think about, from finding the right car to getting a good deal. Another important aspect when dealing with a car seller you don’t know is protecting yourself — from a personal safety standpoint, as well as financially. […]

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Buying a Used Car from a Private Seller in Vegas: Why Buy Used?

Apr 03, 2014

Every year, 13 to 15 million used cars in the U.S.—one of every three sold—has a private seller, says Chris Basso, spokesman for Virginia-based CARFAX. For used car buyers who invest patience and time, the lack of overhead the seller must pay might lead to a better deal for you. One in three used car […]

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Vegas Police Change Fender-Bender Policy

Mar 06, 2014

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has confirmed a change in how it handles minor accidents, KSNV MyNews3.com reported Feb. 24. Starting March 3, police officers will not respond to minor property-only accidents. Drivers involved in non-injury accidents will have to exchange information and file an accident report within 10 days as required by the Nevada Department […]

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Vegas Experts Reveal Home Renovations, Upgrades That Pay Off at Resale

Feb 27, 2014

After a dramatic uptick of buying and selling in 2013, Vegas homeowners may approach 2014 with less frenzy and more deliberation, says local realtor Dave Tina. That’s why, if you’re planning on selling in the future, you might want to consider making strategic upgrades and renovations now—those that tend to pay off at resale. Projects with […]

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Stay Alert to Help Prevent Car Thefts, Robberies

Feb 06, 2014

Driving is an activity many Las Vegans engage in several times a day. We all know that it’s important to drive carefully and follow the rules of the road — but getting into an accident isn’t the only risk you need to be aware of. You should also think about precautions you can take against […]

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Safe Driving Resources for Denver Teens

Jan 16, 2014

Learning to drive is a rite of passage teens look forward to—the freedom of the open road, the chance to make their own choices, and the control of thousands of pounds of power. But, as the famous phrase goes, “With great power comes great responsibility.” Driving is something teens and parents have to take very […]

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Moving to Las Vegas: Must-Know Links for Moms

Jan 02, 2014

Even though Las Vegas is known for wild nightlife and endless gambling, you’ll quickly learn that it’s a surprisingly family friendly place to live. Whether you opt for a high-rise condo overlooking the Strip, or a single-family home in Clark County, you’ll want to look into all of the community resources we’ve collected for moms who […]

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Henderson Police: Protect Your Identity During Holiday Travels

Dec 13, 2013

The Las Vegas area is a travel destination for many, but during the holidays, many residents plan trips away to visit out-of-town family. Whether you’re leaving town for several days or showing out-of-town visitors around Vegas-area tourist attractions, remember that some good safety measures and carefully chosen travel items can help prevent ID theft during your […]

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Keep Dust Out, Heat In by Weatherizing Your Home

Nov 20, 2013

When the wind blows through the Las Vegas valley, dust particles can lodge in the mechanisms that you depend on to keep your home comfortable, healthy, and productive—and new residents can learn that “desert climate” does not always mean “hot weather”. Temperatures in Vegas can drop to the 30s during the winter. Sometimes it’s only after moving […]

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