Relocating to Las Vegas

If you’re thinking about relocating or retiring in Southern Nevada, you’ll find the resources listed below to be immensely helpful.

To avoid scams and streamline the process, potential home buyers should utilize a Realtor that is licensed by the state of Nevada.

If you would like a list of available homes, please contact me online or at LasVegasHomesByJennifer@yahoo.com

Let me know if you desire a house, condo, townhome or high-rise condo and other desirable features you would like.

Taxes
Personal Income Tax: None.
Estate, Inheritance, Gift Taxes: None.

Sales Tax: By county. In Clark County, 7.75% on most purchases with groceries and prescription drugs not taxed.
Property Tax: The constitutional limit on property tax is $6 per $100 of assessed
valuation. The current weighted average property tax within the state is $2.79 per $100 of
assessed valuation. The state offers a subsidy to people 62 and older, based on income and
length of residence in the state.
Corp. Income Tax: None.
Franchise Tax: None.
Unitary Tax: None.
Admissions Tax: None.
Capital Stock Tax: None.
Inventory Tax: None.
Business Tax: Employers pay approximately $100 per year per each employee (sole proprietors exempt).
Unemployment
Compensation Tax:
Employers pay 0.3 – 5.4% on the first $14,500 of salary paid to an
employee during the calendar year.
Corporate Fees: Paid annually on July 1 to the office of the Secretary of State.
Business License: Paid annually to local government.

Note: This information is as accurate and up-to-date as we could make it, but is subject to change. Consult your tax advisor before making any financial decisions.
Cost Of Living
Click here to display the cost of living tables prepared by the Nevada Development Authority.
Population
Click here to display population figures and other U.S. Census Bureau data for Clark County.
Per Capita Income
The median income for a 4-person family living in Nevada in 2002
was $46,289, a 19% increase since 1990, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Industry
Click here
for the Small Business Administration report on employment and business growth in Nevada
Retirement
Social Security Administration
1250 S. Buffalo Drive, Suite 150
Las Vegas, NV 89117
(702) 248-8717
(800) 772-1213 
Veterans Administration
Benefits information and assistance
3233 W. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(800) 827-1000 Veterans Administration Medical Center
1703 W. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 385-3700 Health Care and Senior Services
Many services of interest to retirees and senior citizens are listed in the “Community Services Guide” in the front of the Las Vegas Telephone Directory.
Useful Phone NumbersPower:

Nevada Energy

https://www.nvenergy.com

Phone: (702) 402-5555

Gas:

Southwest Gas

https://www.swgas.com

Phone:  877-860-6020

Water/Trash:

Republic Services

http://www.republicservices.com

702-735-5151

City of North Las Vegas (Water/Trash for City of North Las Vegas)

https://utilpay.cityofnorthlasvegas.com

Phone: (702) 633-1484

Las Vegas Valley Water District

https://www.lvvwd.com

Phone: 702-870-4194

Telecommunications / Internet / Cable:

Cox

http://myconnection.cox.com/

Phone: 702-383-4000

Centurylink

http://www.centurylink.com/

Phone: 877-787-3987

DirecTV

http://www.directv.com/

Phone: 800-531-5000

REMEMBER TO REKEY OR CHANGE YOUR LOCKS

Locksmiths:

Silver Eagle Locksmith (702) 539-9581

King Key Locksmith (702) 848-4235

Silverstate Locksmith (702) 445-3758

Other Important Things to Remember when moving into your new Home:

  • If you haven’t already, change your Address with your local Post Office.  This can also be done online to skip the line.  https://moversguide.usps.com/icoa/home/icoa-main-flow.do?execution=e1s1&_flowId=icoa-main-flow
  • Change your address with your banks, credit card companies, IRS, investment institutions, employer, etc.
  • Rekey all exterior locks in the house.  Many people had access to the key during the transaction process
  • If there is a pool, be sure to balance the chemicals and do required maintenance.  Best to hire a Pool service professional.
  • Contact your tax attorney or preparer about any potential tax benefits for homeownership
  • If a home warranty was not included in the transaction closing, you may want to purchase a home warranty.
  • Before moving in your furniture and belongings, this is the best time for a deep clean and to pest-proof you new home.  Cleaning the floors, baseboards and windows will never be this easy again.
  • Find the essentials and organize as you unpack.
  • For insurance purposes in case of theft or fire, make an inventory list of all your belongings as you unpack.  Be sure to include brand names, model & serial numbers along with pictures if possible.
  • If you were happy with my service, feel free to refer me to friends, coworkers and family who may be interested in purchasing or listing property for sale.