Nevada (NV) Real Estate, Nevada Homes, Nevada Home sites, Property, Lots and Land For Sale.

The Real Estate Home Guide showcases Nevada Property, Homes, Homesites, Communities, Lots and Land for Sale.

Nevada is a state of superlatives. The Silver State boasts the most mountain ranges, the lowest annual rainfall, the most hotel rooms in one city and even more ghost towns than any other state. With the population of about 2.3 million living primarily in the Las Vegas Metropolitan area and the Reno/Sparks region, Nevada is a wide open place.

Lake Tahoe is the highest lake in the U.S. and the largest alpine lake in North America. Year-round, residents enjoy world class skiing, boating and hiking adventures. The Las Vegas Valley is one of the fastest growing areas of the country with 4 to 6 thousand people a month taking up residence in this glittering oasis in the desert. Reno, known as "The Biggest Little City in the World", is famous for its world-class casinos and mountain scenery. Lakefront real estate at nearby Lake Tahoe is renowned for its snow-capped mountain views and the lake’s cool, sparkling clean water.

One of the least crowded states, Nevada offers an abundance of land for ranches and equestrian property. From the north to the south, Nevada’s more than 100 golf courses are desert and mountain masterpieces. Nevada golf real estate is highly prized and continues to be an excellent investment for professionals and retired active adults. Major golf publications have named 10 Nevada courses to their list of America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses and Top 100 Resort Courses. There are an astounding fifty courses within a two hour drive of Las Vegas and the Reno-Lake Tahoe region offers over fifty golf courses within an hour of the Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

Located just southeast of Las Vegas, Lake Mead National Recreation Area entices boaters, swimmers, sunbathers, and fishermen to its shores as well as hikers, wildlife enthusiasts and sightseers to its vast wilderness areas. This spectacular park is home to thousands of desert plants and animals, which have adapted to thrive in the beautiful yet extreme desert climate.