The Perks of Nevada Living
Nearly 300 days of sunshine, beautiful scenery, a great lifestyle and growing opportunity has made Nevada one of the top relocation destinations in the nation. Job growth is soaring, the weather is pristine, housing costs are affordable compared to neighboring California, and leisure possibilities are endless. Take a deeper look at why so many people are falling in love with the Silver State.
The Las Vegas Real Estate Market
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Nevada had the second-largest over-the-year increase in job creation since September 2020…
You can count on plenty of sunshine in Nevada, with comfortably low humidity and very little rain. Temperatures can range from the high 90s+ in the summer to the mid-50s and 60s in cooler seasons.
Ranked as one of the top states for retirees, Nevada offers an excellent quality of life. Residents enjoy warm weather, great restaurants and shopping, plenty of leisure options, and valuable tax perks.
Nevada’s lifestyle gives residents the best of everything, including exciting outdoor recreation, dynamic entertainment, exquisite dining, well-rated schools and much more.
Henderson’s low crime rate, low accident rate and high air quality put the city in the Top 2 for safety according to Forbes and GoodCall®.
Nevada residents enjoy abundant tax advantages ranging from no state income tax and low property taxes to no corporate income tax.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
The growth of UNLV enhances the region’s appeal with exciting new advancements that include a fully accredited school of medicine; a future health sciences campus; a spike in faculty, staff and programs; plus, increased student enrollment.
Las Vegas' Economy is Back
In 2016, 69,876 new residents poured into Las Vegas and surrounding Clark County, according to driver’s-license data. Not surprisingly, one-third – 23,292 – crossed the border from California.
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