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Top 4 Reasons to Live in Mesquite, NV

  • Situated between the rugged Grand Canyon and stunning Zion National Park, Mesquite, Nevada is an appealing mix of small-town charm and urban amenities. It's ideally situated just 80 miles northeast of the booming Las Vegas area, but has a far slower pace and higher quality of life than the bustling Entertainment Capital of the World. Residents here truly enjoy the best of both worlds: world-class golfing, spas, and gambling alongside a tranquil day-to-day life.

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  • Cultural opportunities abound! Mesquite may be a small town with a population not quite reaching 10,000, but you'd never know that based on its recreational offerings. The Mesquite Fine Arts Center hosts ongoing art exhibitions, offers art classes, and has a pay-by-the-hour pottery studio. The Mesquite Community Theatre Box offers budding thespians a chance to perfect their craft. The Greater Mesquite Arts Foundation sponsors monthly events, contests, and informal classes. The Southern Nevada Symphony Orchestra performs regularly and recently was honored by Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval for its cultural contributions.
  • Affordable rental housing market! Mesquite is a great place for those seeking rentals or rent to own homes. With average monthly housing costs hovering just above $500, it's a great place to settle in. The 35 percent of the town's residents who rent would surely agree. Mesquite has experienced an influx of new residents recently, especially to newer subdivisions like Bella Horizon, Sunset Greens and Trailside.
  • Great spas, golf courses, and museums! Local golf courses include CasaBlanca, Conestoga, Coyote Springs, Falcon Ridge, Oasis, Palms, and Wolf Creek. You're never far from a spa, either. Check out Spa Eureka and CasaBlanca and enjoy the good life in Mesquite. For those more interested in history, stop at the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum to look at exhibits and learn about local pioneers and the history of the area. In 1991, this museum was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has been in operation for over 30 years.
  • Brisk home sales! Whether your primary motivation for moving to Mesquite is to make a smart housing investment or to set down long-term roots, buying property here can be a wise decision. Home sales and values have soared between early 2014 and early 2015. Check out smaller, high-demand communities like Scenic View and Sunset Greens.