With a down payment of $1,000 or less, the median price of a home in Nevada is $1.3 million, according to a study released Tuesday by real estate company RE/MAX.
But if you can afford the down payment, you can get a very good deal on a home.
According to the study, homes with a $1 million down payment are generally worth $2 million or more.
But with a mortgage of $100,000, the average home in the state is worth $5.5 million.
The average mortgage in Nevada has a payment of just $2,829.
In fact, the number of homes with low down payments has been increasing since 2009, when the number dropped to just 5 percent of homes in the metro area.
The average mortgage payment in the Metro area is $4,717, according the RE/MA report.
The numbers aren’t all that bad in Las Vegas.
The median home price is $3.3-million in the city.
The median home value in the area is about $1-million.
But that doesn’t mean the value of a property in the Las Vegas area is going up.
The percentage of homes valued at less than $300,000 has decreased by more than half since 2009.
That percentage dropped to 3.9 percent last year, according TOH Group.
Nevada is home to a number of great neighborhoods, including the Wynn Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay, and the Palms, which are all located in Las Cruces, which is home of Las Vegas Sands.
But there are some neighborhoods that are more expensive than others, including downtown Las Vegas and Las Vegas Strip, and in some parts of the Las Venas, including Las Vegas Hills and Las Veradores.
The Metro area has also seen a lot of construction in recent years.
Between 2015 and 2017, the population of the Metro region increased by 8 percent.
In addition, the metro is growing, and there are lots of new homes being built in the region, according ToH Group’s report.
However, Nevada’s real estate market is not as stable as it used to be, according RE/Max.
In fact, median sales prices in the first quarter of 2018 were only $7,865.
The national median price was $21,936.