Homeowners looking at real estate in Las Vegas may notice that the streets of the busy downtown area have become much cleaner.
In an area hit hard by the housing crisis, the Las Vegas Valley is experiencing a pleasant increase in the number of new residential building permits.
In June, North Las Vegas officials declared the area a state of fiscal emergency as the city has a $30 million debt.
Las Vegas is a city of many attractions, and the downtown region of the city has more to offer than slot machines and Cher.
Las Vegas residents and those looking at homes for sale in Las Vegas will now have more travel options after the opening of terminal 3 at McCarran International Airport.
Real estate in Las Vegas showed an improvement in April, but one of the metropolitan area's most booming neighborhoods is located just outside of the Las Vegas city limits.
In Northwest Las Vegas, residents have plenty of activities at their disposal, from heading to The Strip to the slopes.
Las Vegas has seen a sizable hit to its real estate market during recent years, but luckily not all neighborhoods are in rough condition.
North Las Vegas is only five miles from Sin City proper, but the foreclosure rate and municipal budget issues have caused officials to declare a state of emergency in the area.
As one of the residents of the greater Las Vegas area, you are in luck.