Las Vegas Nevada Housing Market Update March 2021

LV monthly market report

In March, we saw the real estate market continue to absolutely soar. The market remains incredibly strong for those deciding to sell. Homes were getting gobbled up quickly with an average of 12 days on market. We saw a small increase in units available, but we are still down 69% year-over-year in inventory.

Here’s the full breakdown:

Monthly Sales

According to the data from the GLVAR® from March 2021, Las Vegas saw more than 3,700 single-family homes sold. Our highest sales month in over two years, despite historically low inventory levels.

monthly sales chart showing sales at 3726 in March 2021 compared to 2418 last year
*Data from the GLVAR® from April 2019 to March 2021.

Sale Price

Average sales prices continue to rise year over year as March records a massive 14.1% increase in new sales prices for single-family units.

graph showing median sales price at
*Data from the GLVAR® from April 2019 to March 2021.


Inventory is near an all-time low in the Las Vegas Valley, but a month-over-month increase of 5% and market seasonality indicate a rise in inventory is on the way.

graph showing inventory at 1771 in March 2021 compared to 5687 last year.
*Data from the GLVAR® from April 2019 to March 2021.

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