Northern Nevada and the Reno Sparks area real estate has seen increases from last month and last year including median sold price, number of units sold, price per square foot and new listings. These increases indicate that the housing market in Reno and Sparks is considered to more of a seller’s market. However, prices are still reasonable enough to encourage buying. “We have seen continued year-over-year price gains for the past four years, but percentage gai...
Located about 15 miles South of Reno, near Mt. Rose and Toiyabe National Forest is an area called Southwestern Reno which is included in MLS area 171. There are three distinct neighborhoods in this area, St. James Village, Galena Forest Estates and Montrêux. St. James Village Let’s start with St. James Village. A private, gated community, St. James sits on 1600 acres with homes having at least one acre with several at over four acres. There is a maximum of just over 500 ...
Are you looking for a community of like-minded adults who enjoy an active lifestyle? Then, northern Nevada has a few great options with these age 55 plus, adult living communities.
North of the Truckee River and just northwest of downtown Reno is MLS area number 121 Northwest Suburban Reno. Built in 1982, McQueen High School is located in the heart of Northwest Reno when the only roads reaching the school were Seventh Street and Robb Drive which were both dirt roads at the time. Currently, Seventh Street and Robb Drive are two of the main roads in and through this Reno, NV area.
If you are considering relocating to Northern Nevada and the Reno Sparks area you might consider the Spanish Springs area neighborhoods. Spanish Springs is located north of Sparks and is included in the MLS areas 184 (West Spanish Springs) and 185 (East Spanish Springs). In some of this article, Spanish Springs will be combined as the area is very similar
South Suburban Reno is located south of Reno near the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and is in the MLS area 165. Neighborhoods that comprise South Suburban Reno include Arrowcreek, Thomas Creek Estates, Wolf Run, Fieldcreek, Saddlehorn and Southwest Vistas. Arrowcreek is a gated community within this area. The average asking price is $788,000 with most of these Reno homes having an average of 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 3-4 car garage and 3500 square feet.
When moving to a new city, you not only have the city to explore, but the outlying neighborhoods. While some of the neighborhoods in the Reno/Sparks are easily defined, some are considered to be individual communities.The first major areas are Reno and Sparks. Reno is the main city in northern Nevada and Sparks used to be considered the bedroom city to Reno, but it has since outgrown even its walls. Reno has a population of 236,995 and neighboring Sparks has 94,708.
When moving into a new area, there are several utilities to set in place and it is a good idea to know what to expect with property taxes for your new home.
Whether you are a first time home buyer or looking to move to a new home, Nevada has a few programs to help you get into a house. You can see the details along with approved lenders for all three of these programs at the Nevada Housing Division and Nevada Rural Housing Authority http://housing.nv.gov, but we will cover the highlights here.
The Reno/Sparks area has been rising steadily over the last few years. After a bubble in 2006, northern Nevada saw a quick decline until about 2009 then has held fairly steady until 2012. Because of this bubble, there was an overabundance of homes built, but in recent years, Reno has seen real growth with new industries creating new jobs that never existed before.
The Biggest Little City is getting recognition for being one of easiest locations to buy your first home. The national lender firm, The Money Source has added Reno to its list of the "top 10 cities for first-time homebuyers."
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Real estate professionals say the home market is showing strong signs of stability with the number of home sales and prices increasing in the past year.
Washoe County and northern Nevada include a variety of schools and educational opportunities for our youth. In addition to 18 High Schools, 15 Middle Schools and 62 Elementary Schools in the Washoe County School District, there are numerous charter or magnet schools, parochial schools and private schools where your children can get their education.
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