Summerlin Nevada Monument Sign with Palm Trees

 

Not only is Las Vegas a fun international destination because of its vibrant nightlife, but it's also an exciting place to start a business or raise a family. Here's your guide to buying a home in Summerlin, a community with about 60,000 residents.

Summerlin is one of the most sought-after areas to live in Las Vegas and for good reason. The community is nestled against the stunning Red Rock National Conservation Area and offers residents shopping, dining and views that are second to none.

Downtown Summerlin is the perfect place to start exploring all that Summerlin has to offer. The open-air mall features over 150 stores and restaurants, as well as a movie theater and a variety of entertainment options. There's something for everyone at Downtown Summerlin!

Looking for a more unique shopping experience? The Shops at Summerlin include everything from high-end boutiques to one-of-a-kind shops. You're sure to find something special at this outdoor shopping center.

After a day of shopping, relax at one of Summerlin's many parks or take in the breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Valley from one of the community's many trails. Summerlin truly is the perfect place to call home.

 

Cost of Living in Summerlin

Summerlin residents pay roughly 7.7 percent more on living expenses than the average American. Nonetheless, healthcare is more affordable by the same amount. Transportation costs are about 24 percent higher, while utility costs are in line with the national average.

Real Estate in Summerlin

While the average studio apartment in America costs $821 to rent, in Summerlin, the cost is $980 in 2018. The median price for a home in Summerlin is $420k vs. the national average of $231k in 2018.

Job Market in Summerlin

Summerlin is part of the Las Vegas metro, an international destination for tourists. While Summerlin's unemployment rate has recently surpassed the national average, the community's residents earn more income. Almost half of the employees in Summerlin work in these industries:

  1. Hospitality and food services
  2. Technical services
  3. Healthcare and social assistance
  4. Retail

Things to Do in Summerlin

You won't be far from the action in Las Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world. Here are popular places to go in or near Summerlin:

  • Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area: Hiking and biking
  • Golf courses: Highland Falls, TPC Summerlin, and Palm Valley
  • Fox Hills Park: Theme park covering 18 acres
  • Multiple public parks and nightlife centers

Summerlin Climate

Located in a desert, Summerlin is naturally warm most of the year with minimal rain. Usually, February is the wettest month of the year. The coldest months are December and January, getting down to the mid-40 degrees. July is the warmest month, usually reaching up to 90 degrees.

Traffic in Summerlin

The drive from Summerlin to downtown Las Vegas is about 18 minutes throughout the day. However, during periods of low traffic, it might only take 14 minutes. Daily commutes average to about 23 minutes.

Summerlin Schools

The area's largest employer is the Clark County School, with over 330,000 students. For every teacher, there are 22 students on average. It's actually one of the biggest and fastest-developing school districts in the nation.

Move to Summerlin Today!

If you are planning to move to Summerlin, make sure you work with real estate experts who know the area. Contact Valerie Brown at (702) 826-1545 for more information on how we can help you make a smooth transition to your new home in Summerlin.