Senior Housing in Nevada
When most people think of Nevada, they think of Las Vegas—and gambling. But Nevada has a lot more to offer. Nevadans live in an arid climate with hot summers and winters that are surprisingly mild due to the high elevation. There’s plenty of sunshine throughout the year—and stunning desert scenery no matter where you’re located.
The economy has hit the entertainment industry in Las Vegas particularly hard—and home prices have fallen. As of 2010, median home prices in Las Vegas—the most expensive in the state—are still considerably lower than the national average.
Nevada offers a retiree-friendly tax structure, and the state is ranked 49th overall in the US for total tax burden. Property taxes are a bit higher, at 29th out of 50 states, but Nevada has no income, estate, or inheritance taxes.