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Old Today, 02:05 PM
 
Location: Dallas, TX and Las Vegas, NV
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Apologize to the OP for straying off topic:

There are "two" Hendersons :
one is modern and more densely built if I had to
put a tag on it...the other is older with more of a
time forgotten country vibe (Hentucky). As she
is looking for a townhouse or condo, she would most
likely be in the more central part of Henderson.

I don't know the area as a resident but have never
felt unsafe in Henderson. I know there are several posters
here who can more accurately talk about townhouses/condos
in Henderson and where they are located.
This thread was posted in January and its now April.....
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Old Today, 03:12 PM
 
Location: Lone Mountain Las Vegas NV
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Seems like Miami would be a nicer place to retire than Henderson. The winters are much colder and summers are hotter. Property taxes might creep up in the next decade with the growth and having that "California" mentality.
Miami is presently a bit more expensive than Las Vegas. So should would be able to get a little bigger place in Las Vegas.

Next question is does she want 55+ or not. Some pretty good mature places in Henderson. And the one big competitor Sun City Summerlin is almost running out of homes for sale.

The temperature thing is very misleading. Unless on or very close to the shore the temperature in S. Florida is heavily influenced by the humidity. You will find that the heat index in Miami is higher than Las Vegas most of the time. There are a very few people who like high humidity...but they are outnumbered by those who do not. Las Vegas is cooler in some winter months but not by a lot.
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Old Today, 04:05 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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Calibound and her mom have both found homes and now live in Las Vegas/Henderson.
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Old Today, 04:34 PM
 
Location: Lone Mountain Las Vegas NV
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Calibound and her mom have both found homes and now live in Las Vegas/Henderson.
Hey if you are in touch please tell them welcome...
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Old Today, 05:04 PM
 
Location: Lone Mountain
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Calibound and her mom have both found homes and now live in Las Vegas/Henderson.
I read the date wrong too..thought it was originally posted in January 2021 not
2020. Oops!

Welcome to Vegas Calibound and mom!
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Old Today, 08:58 PM
 
Location: Henderson, NV
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Seems like Miami would be a nicer place to retire than Henderson. The winters are much colder and summers are hotter. Property taxes might creep up in the next decade with the growth and having that "California" mentality.
How do you figure?! No humidity here, no state income tax just like Florida, no hurricanes, no gators, and while Miami is cool it’s not as cool as Vegas. Plus, Henderson is about ten times safer than Miami lol
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