Las Vegas Valley Rent Rises

Dated: November 29 2019

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California is playing an unparalleled role in Nevada growth, as the state population surpassed 3 million people and the U.S. Census Bureau ranked the Silver State as the nation's fastest-growing state in 2018.  In fact, there are now more people from California living in Las Vegas than people born and raised in Las Vegas.  Las Vegas Valley rent rises following a surge of new residents from California. 

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We’re seeing people that are retiring that are on a fixed income, on pensions that are moving from California to Nevada because their money can go so much farther. People from California who just sold their house and have $300, 400, 500 + thousand dollars, they don't mind paying the extra amount of rent while they get comfortable finding a house here in Las Vegas 


If you, your family or your friends thinking of buying or selling property in Las Vegas please let me know how I can help them.   






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Slava Slavina

Signature Real Estate Group provides a platform for buying and selling homes throughout Nevada for real estate agents and consumers. 2019 Inc-5000 ....

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