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Las Vegas Strip Valuations

by Administrator on Apr 18, 2016 Las Vegas Strip 542 Views

I have discussed the valuation of Las Vegas Strip properties in the past and how that market stands alone unto itself. The Strip has its ups and downs over time as anyone who follows the news well knows, but those swings are not always in sync with the local Las Vegas / Clark County commercial real estate market. Land values on the Las Vegas Strip often run at least ten times higher than the prices being paid for the most well located off-strip parcels. Valuing land is straight-forward, you can usually find out what was paid and discover the upward or downward trend line and conclude a credible value.

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Las Vegas Strip Values – Are they Stratified?

by Administrator on Feb 10, 2019 Las Vegas Strip 59 Views

Do real property values continue to increase as you move from the ends or the periphery of the Las Vegas Strip toward its middle? Of course they do, but there are no linear adjustments that an appraiser can apply, and the adjustments made in an appraisal report are subjective. At time there are sales near the center of the Strip, establishing a high value limit and sales at the ends happen periodically establishing a low end. There are many factors affecting value. Most important to many buyers is gaming. You need to be able to obtain a gaming license at a specific location if that is your ultimate goal. While real property must be approved for gaming, there are approved gaming overlay Districts, it is the Nevada Gaming Commission and the Nevada Gaming Control Board that controls who is approved for a gaming license. So if the land can be used for gaming, securing a gaming license generally does not affect real property value.

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