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2017: Another Growth Year For Las Vegas

Population, Employment and In-Migration Post Strong Numbers
Posted by John McClelland on February 22, 2018 in No Category
During the depths of the recession, observers of Las Vegas had a lot of doubt concerning the potential for future growth. The region was one of the Nation’s hardest hit local economies as the health of the core industry, leisure and hospitality, was exogenously impacted by the greater economy and the vacuum of buyer interest following the housing crash served to deepen the impact. Several years later, the Las Vegas area has returned to growth, curing many of the excesses of the past. Although we can&rsqu... read more
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5 Reasons People Are Choosing To Relocate To Las Vegas

Posted by Tamara Foote on December 12, 2017 in No Category
Las Vegas has long been known as a place for retirees and empty nesters to settle down, but in recent years, there has been a boom in the amount of millennials making their homes in Las Vegas. In a recent video from the LA times, we meet Cyndy Hernandez, a recent college graduate who fled California for everything Las Vegas has to offer. (You can watch the Video HERE.) Have you been curious as to why Vegas is on the rise, or have you been considering making the move yourself? Here are 5 reasons why you should! ... read more
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Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance: Southern Nevada Proposal to Amazon

Video Highlights Las Vegas Business and Lifestyle
Posted by John McClelland on November 21, 2017 in No Category

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Affordability Distinctions between L.A and Las Vegas

Home prices
Posted by John McClelland on October 16, 2017 in No Category
In this month’s Monthly Market Minute Update, we discuss Census data that reveals strong positive net migration to Southern Nevada, particularly from Los Angelinos. While many Las Vegans love the Southern California area, housing affordability is one of the major motivators for leaving California for states like Nevada and Arizona or remaining in those states instead of moving to California. A recent Los Angeles Times article even described leaving coastal California a ‘no-brainer,’ due large... read more
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The Las Vegas High-Rise Market

A Market Briefing
Posted by John McClelland on September 21, 2017 in No Category
There is always a lot of focus on the single family housing market since it is the largest single segment of the housing stock. But with a sea of lights in the Las Vegas Valley to gaze upon and some world-class amenities, High-Rise is an exciting niche segment. Our High-Rise report illustrates recent price averages for all of the high-rise residences and condo-hotel projects, along with an update on what's new and exciting things happening in the sector.   ... read more
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