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Live Well in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is more than just the Strip. For residents, it's a city that is rich in culture, offering festivals like DjangoVegas! Gypsy Jazz Concert and First Fridays to celebrate local arts and other top attractions that include The Neon Museum and Las Vegas Natural History Museum. Parks are plentiful, and the city offers dozens from its All American Park to Woofter Park, with additional miles of trails and scenic views in Red Rock Canyon

It's the city that offers it all, and not only in attractions, but in the homes. To learn more about living in Las Vegas and what homes are available for sale, contact Tim Kuptz today. 

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Why Do Residents Love Las Vegas?

A Wealth of Entertainment

Not for no reason is Las Vegas an internationally-renowned resort city. Culture, entertainment, outdoor recreation, and nightlife abound. From the world-class casinos and entertainment venues of the Las Vegas Strip (actually located in Paradise, NV!) to the galleries, restaurants, and bars of Downtown Las Vegas to the museums and unique art and performance venues of the Arts District, Las Vegas offers entertainment for everyone. With such a distinguished and varied entertainment appeal, it’s no wonder Vegas is listed a top city in America to start a career.

Beautiful Outdoor Opportunities

With over 310 sunny days per year and short, mild winters, Las Vegas is a city primed for outdoor enjoyment. Access to 68 city parks, 4 city-owned golf courses (and plenty of private clubs), and major outdoor attractions such as Red Rock Canyon and Lake Mead allow residents to escape to surreal natural beauty any time of year. Hiking, biking, sports, relaxation, even boating, fishing, and watersports are all popular activities at these areas. Additionally, Vegas is just a 55-minute flight from the Grand Canyon National Park, or a 2.5-hour drive from the Skywalk.

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Las Vegas Residential Facts & Information

Las Vegas isn’t all about fun and entertainment. Plenty of job opportunities, affordable living, and easy access to surrounding areas makes it a popular choice for career-minded individuals and families of all ages.

Quick Facts

Population (2014): 613,599
Growth Since 2000: +28.3%
Median Home Value (2013): $162,400
Schools: Clark County School District

Travel Info

Henderson: 20 min
Lake Mead: 40 min
Highways: I-15, I-515, US-95, I-215
Public Transit: RTC Transit

Top Employers

Top Industry: Tourism/Hotel
Top Employers: MGM Resorts International, Caesars Entertainment Corp., Stations Casinos, LLC, Wynn Resorts, Boyd Gaming Corp., Las Vegas Sands Corp.

Las Vegas Real Estate

Find your ideal home in Las Vegas! Contact a top Nevada real estate agent at Team Kuptz today for more information on real estate and homes for sale in Las Vegas.

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