How much does it cost to buy a home in Las Vegas?

A new survey shows how much a home buyer will pay for a property in Nevada, the state that hosts the 2016 Olympics and the 2017 Winter Olympics.

The survey, conducted by the National Association of Realtors, found that median home prices in Las Vegas jumped by 6.9% to $1.3 million, or $9,000 per month.

The median price of a house in Las Vegas dropped by 9.3% to just $1,500, or about $1 per day.

The report also showed that median monthly payments were down to $738 from $1-1,700, which means a homeowner is saving an average of $10,000 a year. 

But that’s not all.

According to the survey, there are many reasons for this jump in median home price: More people are moving to Las Vegas, a big growth area that has also seen the influx of foreign tourists.

The city is also home to some of the country’s highest-paying jobs, and a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis showed that the median household income in Las Vergas is just over $60,000. 

And while most of the people moving into Las Vegas are millennials, there is also evidence that the area is also growing older.

The National Association for Realtor’s report showed that people in their 50s, 60s, and 70s are spending the most money in the city, which suggests that the housing market is being fueled by those older adults who have been waiting for a better time.

The biggest winners in Las Vegas market are millennials.

According the survey of 2,000 adults, a majority of millennials (52%) say that Las Vegas is their favorite place to live.

Another 22% of millennials say that they plan to live there for a year or longer. 

The majority of the millennials (58%) also report that they are considering moving to another city in the region. 

One in five millennials (19%) also said that they were considering moving from another city.