Property prices in Las Vegas have continued to fall, with prices down an average of 11% from 2010 according to the monitoring service SalesTraq.
The price drop, which has affected 56 areas of the gambling city, follows a 6% decline in 2010 and 23% slide in 2009.
And the company's President Larry Murphy believes that prices could potentially fall even further, with another 10% expected to be shaved from the asking price of the average home, bringing the median home price below $100,000. Bank repossessions continue to pull the prices down in many of the neighbourhoods.
The low asking price of many properties has made Las Vegas a popular site with bargain hunters, with many overseas property buyers beginning to snap up property at the unusually low prices, leaving many mid- market homes without a buyer. Prime properties have continued to hold their value.
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