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In Clark County, Nevada, Mobile Homes Have Buyers Feeling Like They’ve Hit the Affordability Jackpot

Clark County, Nevada spans an area the size of New Jersey. It is made up of areas that are densely urban, and desolate deserts. It offers a wide range of dwelling types, from houses to condos, mobile homes to mansions, and you can easily turn your dreamscapes into landscapes in Clark County.

With jurisdiction over one of the most famous areas in the world, the Las Vegas Strip, Clark is a bustling county with extensive regional services. But there’s so much more to the county other than the glitz and glam you see up in lights. It's perhaps the places that you don't see illuminated that matter. The wild spaces, the top-notch recreation at Lake Mead and Red Rock Canyon, and all of the growing cities in between keep the county desirable. No matter what type of dwelling you’re seeking, this county has something for everyone. And if affordable is top of mind, Clark County mobile homes are the perfect place to hedge your bets.

History of Clark County Nevada

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The artifacts discovered in the Tule Springs Preserve date human activity in the area we now call Clark County, Nevada to as early as 10,000 years ago. Around 600 CE, the area was an important thoroughfare for the Anasazi, Yuman, and Southern Paiute Indigenous peoples who called the Great Basin their home. The Southern Paiute, especially, revered the Las Vegas Valley and southern Nevada as their sacred lands.

White influence first came to the region by way of European explorers, and American fur trappers and traders. They traveled overland to arrive in the area via the Spanish Trail, from Santa Fe to Los Angeles.

By 1855, the Mormon Church had begun to settle the area, needing an outpost in the middle of their settlements in the growing cities of Salt Lake and Los Angeles. They built a 150-square-foot Mission but later abandoned it and retreated to Salt Lake, because, as it turns out, creating new infrastructure and irrigation where there once was none is really hard. Especially in the desert.

The popularity of southern Nevada continued to grow, however, and the federal support of the American Westward Expansion reinvigorated the previous efforts to get more water to this part of the desert. By 1902, the railroad had come, and the Santa Fe, Los Angeles, and the Salt Lake railroads began to unlock the Clark county region.

In 1909, the county became official, comprising land that was at first, part of Lincoln County, and then became Clark. The City of Las Vegas was growing too, at first a stop along the railroad and then an important outpost where weary desert travelers could find water that was piped in from nearby wells.

Hoover Dam sealed the deal for Clark County. In the 1930s when the dam was being constructed, entire towns sprung forth from the laborious efforts—creating not only boomtowns in the region but now what is also a booming place to recreate. The massive Lake Mead Recreation Area, a human-made reservoir that is the result of the damming of the Colorado River, is not only a great place to spend the day in the county but is also a body of water that is vital to the area's water supply. Southern Nevada gets 90% of its water from the Colorado River/Lake Mead.

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Clark County Namesake

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William Andrews Clark, Montana Senator

Clark County derives its name after copper magnate and Montana Senator, William Andrews Clark. Clark enlisted the help of another mining magnate and Utah Senator, Thomas Kearns to ensure the completion of three important railroads that passed through the Las Vegas Valley in the early 1900s. William Andrews Clark is cited as one of the founders of the City of Las Vegas and was instrumental in helping to shape the city into what it is today: a great place to live, no matter the dwelling type, and a place where manufactured and mobile homes for sale in Clark County can be found in abundance. William A. Clark, a shrewd businessman, would be proud.

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Location

Clark County, Nevada spans an area the size of New Jersey. It is made up of areas that are densely urban, and desolate deserts. It offers a wide range of dwelling types, from houses to condos, mobile homes to mansions, and you can easily turn your dreamscapes into landscapes in Clark County.

With jurisdiction over one of the most famous areas in the world, the Las Vegas Strip, Clark is a bustling county with extensive regional services. But there’s so much more to the county other than the glitz and glam you see up in lights. It's perhaps the places that you don't see illuminated that matter. The wild spaces, the top-notch recreation at Lake Mead and Red Rock Canyon, and all of the growing cities in between keep the county desirable. No matter what type of dwelling you’re seeking, this county has something for everyone. And if affordable is top of mind, Clark County mobile homes are the perfect place to hedge your bets.

Clark County, NV Demographics

Clark County Facts

At any given time, there are generally hundreds of mobile homes for sale in Clark County. This is likely due to the popularity and necessity of more affordable housing, and also just because of the sheer number of residents in the area.

Nevada is the most centralized state in America, meaning that the majority of the state’s population lives in one area, and in this case, it’s southern Nevada and Clark County specifically.

Surprisingly, a whopping 85% of all of Nevada's lands aren’t even owned by Nevadans or the State. They’re owned by the federal government and managed by the Bureau of Land Management for all to use—a fact that is especially attractive to ranchers utilizing the open ranges.

Clark County, when measured end-to-end, makes up a total area of nearly 8,000 miles. It’s a decently-sized county in the state of Nevada, one that has plenty of mobile homes in Clark County to choose from. But the state of Nevada itself? Well, despite being the nation’s seventh-largest state in the Union, it turns out to be the most sparsely populated. So if you’re looking for wide-open spaces to park a mobile home upon, look to the outskirts of Clark County land with mobiles to stake your claim in an investment of real property.

Clark County’s 2.3 million residents rarely pay any mind to the happenings along the Las Vegas Strip. It’s a mecca for tourists, an adult-Disneyland of sorts, and it’s interesting to note that The Strip isn’t even located in Las Vegas proper. It sits just over the Clark County line, landing in the unincorporated area of Paradise, Nevada.

What Clark County residents are familiar with though, is the staggering number of jobs The Strip’s tourism, and tourism-related industries provide for Clark County residents.

In pre-pandemic times, roughly 165,000 people, nearly 17% of the region’s total employment, found work along the Las Vegas Strip. Nearly 70,000 more workers earned wages that were directly supported by tourism-related revenue.


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Why should you buy a mobile home in Clark County, NV?

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Why Mobile Homes in Clark County?

So, what is a mobile or manufactured home, anyway? It’s one that is mass-produced, often off-site, and then moved to the buyers’ specific location. In many cases, developers purchase land and create entire purpose-built manufactured home communities in an effort to create more housing and to be able to design the park-like setting in a way that is the highest and best use of the land.

Manufactured and mobile homes are customizable and today are far cry from the sterile trailer parks of the 1970s. In many cases, it has become hard to discern manufactured homes from stick-built ones these days, as they are now making the former so well.

A mobile home in Clark County is a great foot in the door and leap across the threshold into your very own home. Whether it's your ingress as a first-time homebuyer into a real estate market that’s as hot as a Nevada summer, or maybe it's a lucrative investment for someone else to find shade within—mobile homes in Clark County will not disappoint.

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Who could you become if you made a mobile home in Clark County your next adventure? Whether you are upsizing, downsizing, or are all-around sizing up your current quality of life—trading in your current view for one in Clark County makes sense. Economically, socially, and strategically—Clark County mobile homes are a safe bet.

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