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  • Las Vegas Valley Land Values On the Rise; Still Short of Pre-Downturn Peak

    It has taken quite the amount of time for people to be discussing growth when mentioning the city’s real estate, but it now seems that even the most lagging markets are seeing stabilization, or even signs of improvement. Now data from Applied Analysis quoted by The Las Vegas Review-Journal seems to point out that the Las Vegas Valley’s land market is also on the up. According to the data aggregator, Q1 of 2013 has seen a dramatic increase in the number of land deals in the area, with 809 completed transactions, a massive jump from the 159 purchases recorded in 2012’s first quarter.

    Las Vegas 08 July 2013 14:14

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