There are different situations when you need to find people or check them out. The official request will take a lot of time. So, you can use White Pages to get the necessary information really fast. The service is free and easy with a friendly interface. You can search people by name, phone number, zip code or address. If you use Whochs White Pages free, you will get a name and address only. It is also possible to use a premium account to get more information. In this case you will see people’s phone numbers and run a background check to get ahold of criminal records, bankruptcies, marriage and divorce history, liens against them, and more.

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Try to use White Pages to get the necessary data. The service uses legal database and it ties with:

  • court records;

  • birth certificates;

  • marriage certificates;

  • death certificates;

  • criminal records;

  • licensing information;

  • voting records;

  • historical data;

  • real estate transactions and deeds;

  • census bureau data.

Notable People from Nevada Notable Work/Position
Wayne Newton Singer, entertainer, known as “Mr. Las Vegas”
Thelma “Pat” Nixon Educator, wife of 37th President of the U.S., served as First Lady (1969-1974) and Second Lady (1953-1961)
Andre Agassi Professional tennis player, Grand Slam champion
Howard Hughes Business magnate, investor, philanthropist, pilot
Amy Purdy Professional snowboarder, Paralympics silver and bronze medalist
Nicolas Coppola (Nick Cage) Actor, Academy Award and Golden Globe Award winner

Searching for Someone in Nevada

Nevada is the 32nd most populated state in the US. Its total population is over 3 million people and that is about 1 million households. The average household size was 2.7 in 2017. So, if you want to find someone, it is better to use White Pages. That is a free service with high accurate reports.

The predominant race in Nevada is white, making up 49.1% of the state’s population. The average age is 38. Women make up 49.8% and men make up 50.2%. Las Vegas is the most popular city. There are over 650,000 people.

Labor force is over 1.35 million people and their average income is $58,000 per year. The most developed industries are agriculture (livestock and crops), manufacturing, mining, and tourism.

Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
Univ. of Nevada-Las Vegas Las Vegas 5,367 40.7% 82.8% Business mgmt / mktg
College of Southern Nevada Charleston
Las Vegas
4,763 7.2% 100.0% Liberal Arts, Nursing
Univ. of Nevada-Reno Reno 4,309 54.4% 82.8% Business mgmt / mktg


Nevada Real Estate

If you want to move to Nevada, you should use White Pages to know more about the city and home you are interested in. It is so whenever you are going to purchase it or rent. The service will let you know more about the owner and neighbors. This information will let you imagine the district.

If you are going to purchase property in Nevada, it is a good idea. The average home value increase is about 3%. So, you should wait for several years to get 10% of profit. The average price for the property is $395,000, with the median price per square foot at $176. Rent is about equal to the national rate, that is $1,550. Listing price is traditionally high and it is about $317,000. It is possible to save about $40,000 while negotiating with the owner.

The most expensive property of Nevada is in Gardnerville with the average price $326,000.

City Avg. Home Value Avg. Household Income
Gardnerville $326,800 $47,435
Reno $317,100 $46,489
Sparks $281,800 $53,481
Henderson $274,800 $63,830

Nevada Facts

  • Official Name: Nevada

  • Name Meaning: The state of Nevada acquired its name from the Spanish term “Sierra Nevada” which translates to snow-capped mountains. Sierra refers to “mountains”, and Nevada means “snow-covered.”

  • Nickname: The Silver State

  • Constitution Ratified: 1864

  • Statehood: October 31, 1864 (36th State)

  • Capital: Carson City

  • Total Number of Counties: 16

  • Largest City: Las Vegas

  • Largest County (by population): Nye County

  • Population (as of 2018): 3,034,392

  • History: There were a lot of Native American tribes before the first European explorers. Spanish arrived in the 1700s and they founded trading posts with the indigenous population. The territory of Nevada was claimed by the Spanish Empire and was later annexed to become part of Alta California (upper California) province in 1804. The war between Mexico and Spain was a result of Mexican annexation of the territory. It was 1821. But Mexico lost Nevada in the Mexican-American War in 1846. The US also could get California, Arizona, and Utah. Nevada was admitted as the 36th state on October 31, 1864.

Fast Facts

  • Nevada is the driest state in the US.

  • Nevada  drinking laws allow companies serving alcohol to stay open 24 hours.

  • There are more hotels in Las Vegas than anywhere in the US.

  • Reno, Nevada is located near Los Angeles, California!

  • There are more mountains in Nevada, than in 48 US states. There are over 150 mountains on the territory.

  • Gambling was legalized by the state government in 1931 to get income during the Great Depression.

  • The Cal-Neva Resort and Casino in Lake Tahoe is located on the California and Nevada border. There is a white line from the dining room to the pool outside. It shows the state’s border.

  • At the annual Burning Man festival, the only items available for purchase are coffee, ice, and tea. As for the rest, you have to get it by“gifting” exchange.

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