Located in the western U.S., Nevada, best known for its Las Vegas tourism, offers condo living accommodations for any and all lifestyles. Over 85% of the state population lives in the metropolitan areas of Reno and Las Vegas. Nevada’s state capital is Carson City, with a population just below 60,000 and is located more than 250 miles from the state’s center of population, making it the most remote state capital in the contiguous U.S. Las Vegas, Reno, Lake Tahoe and Laughlin are the top resort areas in Nevada that each bring tourists from around the world. And while Nevada is most well known for their legalized gambling, which since being reinstated during the Great Depression has been the state’s primary source of revenue, buying a condo in any of the resort areas can offer a lifestyle with amenities unparalleled. Owning a condo outside the resort areas of Nevada can offer a life with many rural recreation opportunities such as hiking, biking and horseback riding trails as well as lakes for boating and water sports not to mention mountain world renowned skiing areas.
Nevada is on a list of few states that has no personal income tax and no corporate income tax.
The southern portion of Nevada, where the Las Vegas area is located, covers the Mojave Desert. Most of Nevada is desert with semiarid regions. Hot summer days, and cool to chilly winter nights are normal weather conditions found in Nevada due to the lower terrain of the state.