Nevada Real Estate

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Looking to buy a home or invest in real estate in Nevada? You’ve come to the right place. Browse Nevada listings by major city or property type, discover what makes Nevada a unique place to live, and catch up on the latest market trends for the state.

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Nevada Property Listings

Recent homes for sale in Nevada

Nevada Homes for Sale By City

Most popular cities in Nevada state

Other Nevada Cities Include

Boulder City

Carson City

Cold Springs

Dayton

Elko

Ely

Fallon

Fernley

Gardnerville

Incline Village

Indian Hills

Johnson Lane

Laughlin

Lemmon Valley

Mequite

Moapa Valley

N. Las Vegas

Pahrump

Paradise

Reno

Spanish Springs

Sparks

Spring Creek

Summerlin South

Sun Valley

Sunrise Manor

Whitney

Winchester

Land for Sale in Nevada

Nevada acreage for sale

Nevada Waterfront Properties

waterfront homes and properties for sale

Luxury Homes in Nevada

Luxury properties for sale in Nevada state

Discover Nevada State

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FAQs

Faqs about living in Nevada

What makes Nevada a unique place to live?

Nevada may be known for its gambling and entertainment, but its year-round sunny weather, plentiful job opportunities, and affordable cost of living make it attractive to future residents. More than 3 million people call Nevada home.

What companies are based in Nevada?

Major employers headquartered in Nevada include Allegient Air, Amerco (parent company of U-Haul), Bally Technologies, Boyd Gaming, Caesars Entertainment, Hamilton, Las Vegas Sands, MGM Resorts, Sierra Nevada Corporation, Wynn Resorts and Zappos.

What else should I consider when buying a home in Nevada?

Nevada has no state income tax; taxes are primarily collected through sales tax. Property taxes are low, and housing is more affordable than neighboring states. With over 300 days of sunshine per year and mainly desert climate, Nevada can get very hot in the summer. Only 12 percent of Nevada is privately owned; the rest is owned by various government agencies.

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