Long-vacant residences are on the rise in the Las Vegas Valley. The map shows how areas compare in terms of increases in the share of homes vacant 90 days or more. The increases, from last March to this March, are given in percentage points. About 1 in 21 Southern Nevada homes and apartments has been unoccupied for at least three months.
By the numbers:
Have long-term vacancies increased more in your neighborhood than in others?
Mon, May 11, 2009 (2 a.m.)