Rick - I agree with my colleague. The website that illustrates what crime is happening in the area is a snapshot of what's happening during a certain time period. In order to determine if the numbers are high or low, check other zip codes in Las Vegas to make your own opinion of the amount or type of crime in the area.
What your tolerance is may be different for someone else. If the crime stats show domestic violence vs. auto theft, you can decide how much of a factor that is. I had one mentor explain it to me this way:
I was driving around Las Vegas showing a prospective buyer areas around town. This area is mostly new, this area is about 20 years old, blah, blah, blah. When suddenly, gunfire erupted, a street walker hit the street, and two drug dealers interupted from their transaction with a buyer ran for cover. The buyer looked around and said, "Wow! Where are we?" "Why, we're in ... area. This activity has been known to occur here off and on." The buyer said "Great! This is my kind of area! Find me a house here!" So its never up to us to prejudge a buyer based on his tolerance for crime in an area.
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