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The cheapest and most expensive homes sold in Las Vegas in 2016

February 17, 2017 | Las Vegas Review-Journal | Eli Segall

Eli Segall Real Estate Insider appears every Saturday in the Business section of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Contact Review-Journal writer Eli Segall at (702) 383-0342. Follow him on Twitter: @eli_segall. Follow on: Real Estate Insider More Columns/Blogs By ELI SEGALL LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL Sitting on “billionaire’s row,” the megamansion features a Zen garden inside, a gym, elevators, a movie theater and even a nightclub. And last year, it fetched the highest price ever for a Las Vegas house. Another home, east of the Strip, is a small one-bedroom condo that faced foreclosure during the recession. It’s been spruced up but was the cheapest sale in the valley in 2016, trading for the price of a subcompact car. There were about 47,000 sales of previously owned homes in the Las Vegas Valley last year, with a median price of $199,900, according to Applied Analysis’ residential research arm, SalesTraq. But which properties sold at the extreme ends of this range?

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