Las Vegas is now ranked among the top cities where women are closing the economic gap.
According to Trulia, Las Vegas ranked 5th out of the top 100 cities.
Trulia looked at strides women have made in closing the gap in home ownership and wages, along with education levels.
Albuquerque was No. 1 on the list, followed by Honolulu, Hawaii; Tacoma, Washington; and Orlando. Portland, Oregon; Philadelphia; Columbia, South Carolina and Raleigh, North Carolina follow Las Vegas on the list.