Left for dead during the recession, Las Vegas’ housing market has come back to life over the past few years.
Buyers are picking up new and used properties. Homeowners are getting above water. Developers are building apartment complexes. Employment and wages have climbed.
But it could take several more years before Las Vegas — ground zero for last decade’s real estate boom and bust — fully recovers from the worst recession in decades, which all but wiped out the local economy.