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That's according to a national report for 2008 by, and found in a recent article in the Las Vegas Review Journal. Las Vegas ranked as #1 relocation destination in big-city long distance, out-of-state moves. They're predicting it will remain on top again for 2009. The only issue I h...
This is actually for any real estate, not just Las Vegas, and for any picture. The question becomes, is what you're seeing real or are you distorting the image? It's something that both home buyers and listing agents might need to check. Now I know that some of the Las Vegas Multi-list home listi...
On the Clark County agenda for a use permit approval on January 7, 2009, is what could become the world's largest hotel if built according to the current plans. It would be larger than the 6118 room First World Hotel in Malaysia, and the proposed 6500 room Asia Asia Hotel in Dubai. The permits so...
Thought I'd share some more of my Las Vegas pictures. Since I've been doing some Las Vegas myth busting in my last few posts, this is also a fit. I've covered "There's no arts and culture" and "There's nothing to do but gamble". Now I'll add this one..."Las Vegas Locals never go to the Strip". We...
In mid 2006, Archon corporation announced it had an option sales agreement for it's approximately 27 acres of land on the Las Vegas Strip. The property, that had once been the location of Wet 'n Wild Water Park, sits between the Sahara Casino to the north, and Turnberry Towers and the under const...
My last post was busting the myth on Las Vegas having no interest or a lack of arts & culture. So now we'll take on the other common misconception, that 'there's nothing to do but gamble'. Again I'll admit that when living on the other side of the country, I fell for that line. Because I 'heard' ...
Friday January 23 through the 29th is the Grand Opening weekend for Las Vegas' latest contribution to arts and culture. The Southern Nevada Center for the Arts opens in downtown Las Vegas on the 2nd. floor of Neonopolis, located on downtown's historical Fremont Street. 50 artists works are said t...
MGM Mirage Plans to begin the hiring process for their $9.2 billion dollar City Center on the Las Vegas Strip, beginning January 5, 2009. Information and registration for employment is currently slated to be available on that date at At the moment the site is av...
I blogged about the snow that was predicted to blanket the Las Vegas Valley the other day, but it turned out to be mostly on the west and northwest side. Well, today my Holiday Snow Globe worked for real, with snow blanketing the valley, including the Las Vegas Strip! The Las Vegas Sign and it's ...
Former Frontier Casino owner Phil Ruffin says "He's putting his money on Vegas." This is to the tune of $775 million to purchase Treasure Island from MGM Mirage. The deal is said to involve $500 million in cash, with the balance in secured notes. The transaction is expected to close around the 2n...

Roberta LaRocca

REALTORĀ®, Broker, Salesperson, NV. Lic BS.507
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