People might have discovered that rent is rising around Las Vegas.
According to a study by Zumper, the price of two-bedroom units is up 8 percent since this time last year.
While Las Vegas' rent is not increasing as significantly as other cities, Zumper reports that the city is the 66th most expensive to rent in the country. Zumper takes a look at 100 cities throughout the country.
However, nationwide, the Zumper National Rent Index found that one-bedroom units fell 0.9 percent to a median of $1,126 and two bedrooms fell 0.5 percent to $1,344.