Apartments dot the greater Las Vegas
area, and it is all a matter of deciding where you want to
live, and what prices you want to pay.
The Strip – You can rent property
at CityCenter, and in the high rises just off the Strip
built by Rio, Palms, Polo Towers, and others. You will pay a
premium, in the thousands and more per month.
UNLV area – Inexpensive and close
to the Strip. Great for singles, couples, and students. It
may be harder to find room for families in this area.
West of the Strip on Flamingo and
Tropicana – Both homes and apartments are available.
Prices are reasonable.
The Lakes – Apartments for rent,
most homes are for sale only, but renting is a possibility.
Expensive but a beautiful neighborhood.
Summerlin – Northwest of the
Strip, and a beautifully planned community. Moderate pricing
and great for families.
Henderson – A suburb south of Las
Vegas. Great family living, moderate to high prices.
North Las Vegas – North Las Vegas is
actually a suburb, and not just a description of its location on a
map. Low to moderate prices on rentals for both homes and
apartments. The quality of each neighborhood varies.
Downtown Area – Low prices but many of the
rentals are deteriorating and crime rates may be higher.
Northeast and northwest Las Vegas – This
is the Summerlin and North Las Vegas area. Moderate pricing, great
for families. Homes and apartment available.