While many people that visit Las Vegas, NV, never leave the Strip, there are miles of neighborhoods beyond downtown that house over 500 thousand people. Mid-century homes abound near the city's center, while the outskirts are expanding rapidly with smaller track homes in low-maintenance communities. Areas like Summerlin cater to families by offering newer, larger homes with more lawn space than its counterparts. The cost of homes here is lower than in other metropolitan areas, with the average sitting at less than $200,000.

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