Vegas Struggles to Pay

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Las Vegas has the highest increase in non-paying tenants in the country. The city has been hard hit by the lack of tourism, and the resulting layoffs meant that 10.6% of tenants missed their rent payment in September, up 4.1% from last year.

The national average of non-paying tenants is 7.8%, which is up 1.5% from this time last year. New Orleans, another tourism-dependent city, has the highest percentage of non-paying tenants overall at 12.9%.

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