Top 5 Las Vegas Condo Buildings for Investors

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Las Vegas is one of the most popular cities for people who are looking to invest in real estate. But which buildings of Las Vegas’s many are the best investment properties? Savvy investors are looking for something desirable and easy to rent in order to minimize carrying costs and maximize profit. We’ve made it easy for investors to find what they’re looking for in Las Vegas. Here are the top five condo buildings for investors.

The top three on the list allow short-term rentals like Airbnb. While navigating the licensing process is often one of the biggest challenges, it isn’t necessary for the first two buildings on our list.

1. MGM Grand Signature Residences

There are many perks of owning at the MGM Grand Signature Residences. The building allows third-party rental companies such as Airbnb, but what we love best is that owners are able to take advantage of the resort's impeccable booking system and service staff who take care of the guests staying in your condo.

2. Palms Place

Palms Place offers a range of rental options, allowing owners to choose which model works best for them. Both MGM and Palms Place offer convenient locations that are just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.

3. Veer Towers

Veer Towers is a perfect choice for those who want to be in the middle of it all. The building is located in City Center, a desirable location surrounded by luxury hotels, shopping, and dining with easy access to everything Las Vegas has to offer.

4. One Las Vegas

One Las Vegas on the South Strip is selling fast. A combination of affordable luxury and low assessments (especially considering what comparable properties in Las Vegas charge) makes this a highly desirable property. It's just off The Strip, offers a host of amenities, and has gated, secure grounds.

5. Panorama Towers

Located directly across the I-15 from City Center, Panorama Towers soars 45 stories above Las Vegas and boasts incredible views of The Strip. To take advantage of these sweeping views, investors often look for Strip-facing units above the 24th floor.

For a complete listing and more information about Las Vegas condo buildings, visit our interactive building directory.