The Las Vegas market is on its way to upgrading future homes to larger lot sizes. During the housing bubble, builders had to put several homes within one acre, creating small lots in order to fend off against rising land prices. Today, land prices are more reasonable in that they are giving builders and buyers a bit more breathing room. Although it's too early to predict how land-planning processes will effectively change, there are certainly many hazards associated with small-lot homes that the city hopes to resolve during the planning of future neighborhoods.
Read the article to learn about the hazards associated with small lots:
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