Las Vegas Casino Gambling – Tourism, $4 Gallon Gas and Real Estate Market

In the no so distant past, I sent an email to a companion of mine living in Las Vegas and as you would have speculated the housing market there has certainly been better. Obviously, only one station riding 10-minute trip of your TV will show that brutal reality and address the most sad decrease in buyer certainty. Truth be told, Alan Greenspan expressed yesterday that this ongoing monetary choppiness was the most horrendously terrible since WWII.

So with all that known, what might I at any point say in an email to my companion in Las Vegas aside from; “Trust everything is great in Las Vegas?” he answered with his troubling affirmation of the nearby economy and the rising expansion costs, including to top it all off; gas. Thus, I said;

I see the travel industry is doing approve because of the cheapened dollar, in spite of the fact that, I keep thinking about whether less will be making the drive out from California with $4.00 gas costs, oof! Just topped off the RV, $633 later, oh joy, silly for sure.

The flowing or domino falling impact that was anticipated due to the subprime loaning lodging emergency, and with high oil costs, at $110 per barrel, is taking out financial area after monetary area. We are presently showing exceptionally unfortunate retail deals, administration area down, development, lodging, auto, eatery, carriers, and so forth, and so on. Things, well they are not great, however in Las Vegas the travel industry has been consistent, on account of unfamiliar encounters with their cash more grounded than the dollar.

In any case, a decent piece of Las Vegas’ travel industry comes from California and with fuel costs at $4.00 per gallon that places Las Vegas in a predicament moving into the Spring and Summer vacationer season. Something to think on.

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