Dream of home ownership slipping away from many in Las Vegas valley

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Suldenil Alvarez, a guest room attendant at Caesars Palace and a member of the Culinary Union, moved to Las Vegas about 14 years ago from Cuba.

She rents but has been wanting to buy a home. It's just very difficult to find anything that's affordable, she says.

"It's very expensive," Alvarez said before a long pause with a deep sigh. "Rent is too high. I need to work more than one job. I want to pay to own a home because in the future, that will be mine."

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