Raiders Effect on Home Value in Las Vegas!

Dated: November 6 2020

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The Raider's move to Las Vegas is something that Las Vegas residents can be proud of and visitors will enjoy seeing. Our city continues to be one of the most exciting, growing areas in the country. Now that media publications have been trumpeting the move, I decided it was important to take a look at some the potential impacts the relocation may have on housing.

Will the Raiders’ Effect Kick Off a Housing Blitz?

If one bought a home in Las Vegas in the early 2000’s, chances are they have positive equity (barring any home equity loans). So, what's your homes value now?

(Find you home value HERE)

Many Las Vegas pundits have posited that the Raiders NFL team will have a strong, positive influence on Las Vegas home prices. The recently coined term, “The Raiders Effect” deserves some analysis and discussion. An NFL team moving to Las Vegas helps to complete the region as a world class city and gives one more cause to the myriad of reasons for tourists to visit the area.

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Kenneth Manesse

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