Las Vegas stands in a desert valley surrounded by the Apex Hills, Muddy Mountains, and Sunrise Mountains at the north. Widely known for its casinos and nightlife, Las Vegas, a.k.a “The Entertainment Capital of the World”, has so much to offer beyond its popular perks that made its reputation. Vegas is a hub for shopping, fine dining, and good life, but it’s also a growing mecca for families and young professionals.
Las Vegas has a lot of advantages like: affordable housing market, plentiful jobs, low taxes, high diversity, incredible natural landscapes (very close to Great Basin National Park and Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area), cultural attractions (like the Neon Museum, Burlesque Hall of Fame, and the Mob Museum), and more.
Population: 652,183 | Median Home Value: $274,300