Living In A $1.44 Million House In Las Vegas | Unlocked



Graham Stephan, 31, lives in a 4-bedroom house in Las Vegas, NV. In 2020, he moved to Vegas and bought the house for $1.44 million. His mortgage is $5,075 a month.

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Living In A $1.44 Million House In Las Vegas | Unlocked

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37 comments

  1. In Vegas you'll spend the majority of your time at home, since it's too hot and slim on nearby nature to explore.

    Perfect for Graham his only interest is making and saving money, he even said in one video he would count how much each minute costs for a Broadway show 😂

  2. They did multiple takes when CNBC came to his house to put out multiple videos of Graham that one time, or maybe they are all great friends and the CNBC group comes to visit Graham every few months to play blackjack and film a video so they all monetize their time 😆

  3. what a waste of money- there are people who can't afford a 1400 rental because jerks like these are buying all the houses up cash.. and leaving families on the street. This is a horrible person and I wish he would just move to texas with other jerks like him!

  4. Ok Stephan Graham We get it you have money and you are frugal…But for Christs sake please put just a little more once of care and effort into your decor and "display choices" People watching know you already and new folks dont want to see "stereotypical" stuff. It comes off as staged- the youtube plaques in place of piano music … really. The Smile you're on camera sign it is cheaper to not even bother placing/purchasing the tacky things. Ive been following you since you just did real estate stuff- so Im well aware of your journey. Im just speaking as a fan and follower- its distracting!!! Everything else is as usual great!

  5. Here I am living in a $1+ million house in Ontario, Canada that's only a semi detached with 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, 2 living, and one kitchen/dining+ backyard.

    Rented out our basement so it covers some of the.mortgage

  6. Investing in this economic crisis will be one of the best thing to do, I really believe the pandemic has made people to understand that investing is the only way out of financial worries

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