Las Vegas Chosen the City of Preference to Live


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            The study included which cities were getting the most attention from potential homebuyers, analysts sifted through 2 million web searches between April 2023 and June 2023. Buyers were homed in on who viewed at least 10 for-sale houses, including at least one outside their current metropolitan area. In other words, it tried to focus on people who seemed to show serious interest in relocating to an entirely new place.
            One  Caveat: The study didn't track actual home purchases or moves after people showed online interest. And while those potential homebuyers might not actually pack up and head to another city, they are definitely moving-curious and likely to do so.
            The City that came out on top in the Readers Digest Study is ...LAS VEGAS.  LAS VEGAS—home to the world's most famous stretch of casinos, resorts, thrill shows, tourist attractions and debauchery. It was the first time LAS VEGAS ever topped this particular study list.
            Now, there's a good chance Sin City has never crossed your mind as a place to live and that you've instead considered it as a fun weekend getaway. But for a lot of folks, that's changing.
            Why do so many people want to move to LAS VEGAS?
The Las Vegas Strip seen looking north from the Skyfall Lounge a top the Delano Las Vegas Monday, Dec. 31, 2018, in Las Vegas. (David Becker/Las Vegas News Bureau)
            Tourists know Las Vegas for its bright lights, gaming and star-studded shows. But like a lot of cities, the experience for the locals is far different. "There's a lot more to Las Vegas than just the Strip," says realtor Michael Bondi, who's lived in the area for almost 20 years. "The only time I go down to the Strip as a local is if there's a concert, a sporting event or a restaurant I want to go to."
            World Population Review recently identified Nevada as one of the nation's fastest-growing states. Here are some of the top reasons for that.
            One of the biggest reasons to consider LAS VEGAS, especially for those in large metropolitan areas: cost of living.  Someone who lives in San Francisco and makes $115,000 would need to earn just $62,683 to maintain their standard of living in Las Vegas, we found using a cost-of-living calculator from NerdWallet.
            Plus, the home Prices here are far more affordable than some of the big West Coast Cities where, it was found, a lot of the people eyeing LAS VEGAS homes currently live. The Report concluded a typical home in the LAS VEGAS area costs around $412,000. Compare that with around $975,000 in the Los Angeles area, about $1.4 million in San Francisco and around $826,000 in Seattle.

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