In the latest rankings by Redfin, Las Vegas has emerged as the second most sought-after metro destination for relocation. This underscores a notable trend in the shifting preferences of homebuyers, particularly among California residents who are at the forefront of those looking to establish a new residence in Las Vegas.
The appeal of Las Vegas seems to lie in its significantly lower housing costs compared to major West Coast cities, with the typical Vegas home selling for $413,000 – less than half the price of an average home in Los Angeles, San Francisco, or San Diego. This affordability factor has become a pivotal magnet, drawing in those with the flexibility and desire to relocate.
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