The Raiders’ plan to move to Las Vegas could give a boost to sales and pricing to the city’s high-rise market and other housing product types across the valley. The team’s ownership and some of its fan base have already purchased or shown interest in purchasing in Las Vegas. LaVena Ward-Fowler, whose primary residence is in the San Francisco area, was one fan who made the jump, closing on a unit at One Las Vegas — a 359-unit luxury condo community near Las Vegas Boulevard South and Blue Diamond Road — following the announcement of the team moving to Las Vegas.
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