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HED: Southern Nevadans weigh in on quality of life, business climate 

Jonas Peterson, President & Chief Economic Development Officer at the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance
Posted by Jesse Olive on April 20, 2015 in  activities  economic growth  education  Las Vegas Global Economic Allian  Las Vegas Nightlife
Southern Nevadans are seeing a brighter future ahead and they like living here. At least, that’s what they said in a poll of 500 residents as a part of a comprehensive survey to be released at the upcoming Las Vegas Perspective event.  As we see the economy improve, Southern Nevadans are telling us that they see their family’s income either holding steady or improving one year from now. Less than 20 percent see their paycheck shrinking. Compared to our regional metropolitan neighbors (Los An... read more
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The economic crash earlier this decade has left many individuals and families timid about buying a home, when much of the data reveals that it is actually still a great time to buy a home in Las Vegas, NV. The fact that home values are not plummeting OR sky rocketing demonstrates a more stable market than what we have recently seen. Owning remains more attractive relative to renting in many Las Vegas locations, and interest rates are lower than we were accustomed to before the crash. Furthermore, with down ... read more
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Southern Nevada has clear signs of growth and we will examine a few key areas where this growth is manifesting. After a long, deep recession, the glimmer of hope that we had for a return to positive trends has since become reality. Starting with the most obvious items by which we draw these conclusions, both on strip and off-strip construction were relatively strong in 2014. Project Linq, a Caesars Entertainment retail and entertainment district opened, crowned by its massive observation wheel. The SLS also opened ... read more
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