City of Henderson | Henderson Real Estate
Henderson is a city located between Boulder City and Las Vegas in Southern Nevada. Henderson has ranked in the top 10 safest cities in the United States by Forbes and the FBI crime report and has also been ranked as one of the top 10 cities to live in by another notable magazine. Though Henderson is located right next to Sin City, it has more of a suburban vibe. Schools in Henderson also have high rankings and many people who come to Las Vegas for work find settling in Henderson is good for their grade school children.
Average home sale prices are increasing, and it is a good time for both buyers and sellers in Henderson. Foreclosure and short sale percentages are very low, especially compared to Las Vegas and what they were a few years ago. Interest rates are also still considered low, which is a huge incentive to purchase a home soon. Below are some current real estate market statistics, if you have any further questions, feel free to contact the Klinger Group at Nevada Desert Realty at 702-509-1446!!!
Henderson was first settled during World War II when the magnesium plant begun where 25% of the magnesium used during the war by the United States was produced. It did not become a city till over 10 years after it was settled and the war had ended and was named after a state senator.
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Businesses are also moving to Henderson! These businesses are taking advantage of great tax structure set up in Nevada and no state income tax for their employees. There are also less restrictions and rules for employment in Nevada which gives businesses more freedom to grow their products and services. Real estate is also considerably cheaper than the surrounding areas.
Duck Creek and Pittman wash are some of the water sources found in Henderson. During the summer the washes will have hardly any water. However, these washes can carry hundreds of gallons of water. Duck Creek has its own nature area where residents can walk through this unusually green area and enjoy the scenery on paved walking paths with shaded benches located in the park.
Henderson is located near the McCullough Mountain Range. Residents appreciate the beauty these mountains bring to the area. The mountain range is split into the north half and the southern half. Both are separate federal wilderness areas, but the northern half shows signs of ancient volcanic activity while these signs such as volcanic rocks are not found on the southern half.
Henderson is also home to several casinos, such as Sunset Station Casino and Green Valley casino. Ethel M’s chocolate factory is also located in Henderson and residents and tourist can take a tour and see chocolate being made through a large glass window.
More about Henderson Real Estate
There are approximately 165 new Henderson real estate listings. There are 454 Henderson homes for sale which have reduced prices. This number of reduced priced homes and interest rates still staying low is perfect for those looking to purchase a home in Henderson, Nevada. The average home price in Henderson is $540,917, which is approximately $150,000 more than the Clark County Average. The average cost per square foot for Henderson real estate listings is $201. The Clark County Average is $167 per square foot. The average home age in Henderson, Nevada is 15 years old which is 4 years younger than the Clark County average. The average amount of time that homes are listed on the Henderson real estate market is almost 100 days, 3 days less than the rest of the county.
From the average price range, the age of the homes, and the days on market compared to the rest of Clark County indicates that Henderson is a growing and thriving city and that real estate is in higher demand than some of the rest of the Las Vegas Valley. Though the average real estate listing price is higher than the rest of the county by a significant amount, you can still find great deals in Henderson which are competitive with the rest of the valley.
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