Real Estate in Reno, Nevada
Information for the prospective buyer.
Costs of living in Reno
A typical newer home of 2000 to 3000 square feet sells for approximately 1/2 million dollars as of August 2005, in Reno Nevada. For under $250,000, buyers will typically get a condo, a small fixer-upper, or a manufactured home. Prices are currently climbing quickly in Reno with about double the construction of 10 years ago. There is no shortage of land surrounding the Reno area and large pacels of 10 acres+ can still be found for under $100,000.
Reno is a scenic area with great views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the west and expansive basin and range province to the east. The city is Nevada's northwestern hub for commerce, transportation, and industry. The city is less than half the size of Nevada's only other major metropolitan area, Las Vegas.
Reno, Nevada Life
The majority of homes in Reno are newer as the area is a newer one that is rapidly growing. Reno is free from state income taxes while the Nevada sales tax rate is currently 6.5% (may vary depending on district).
Major amenities in Reno, Nevada
International Airport in Reno
University of Nevada at Reno, offering a Doctorate Degree
Western Nevada Community College, located in Carson City
6 public High Schools with enrollments over 1,000 students
Washoe County Library
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