Very private ground floor unit that is super clean and ready for immediate occupancy. This unit comes with a storage closet. Carpet is brand new. Unit backs to nicely landscaped common area on the end of ground floor and sits above building below for extra privacy. Community amenities include a fitness room, pool, and hot tub.
If you are one of the many Northern Nevada home owners preparing to sell their home this summer, you may be contemplating which home maintenance chores to tackle before you list your home. Even if you aren't planning to sell, there are several chores you should take care of before summer hits. While there are some jobs better left to professionals or those with experience, like roof repairs and major renovations, there are plenty of things you can take on yourself.
1. Check the Roof. If you're not comfortable on your roof, a ladder and pair of binoculars can help you spot damaged or missing shingles. Call a professional to asses and repair any damage.
2. Inspect Concrete. With the wet winter we had, your concrete may be in need of repair.
It’s the beginning of event season, which means that there are plenty of May events in Northern Nevada to enjoy. There’s no shortage of things to do in Reno this May, from tasting weird beers, to helping homeless pets to honoring some of the city’s most powerful and influential women.
May Events in Reno/Sparks: Reno Ukulele Festival
When: Wednesday, May. 1, 2019
Where: Peppermill Resort Hotel, 2707 S. Virginia St., Reno
The 11th annual Reno Ukulele Festival Acoustic Faire with Swing Thing celebrates the growing popularity of the diminutive instrument. Enjoy outstanding workshops, concerts, open-mic performances, organized jams, vendor marketplace, and special daytime entertainment.
This report will give you an update on the Reno/Sparks real estate market through the first quarter of 2019. You will find information about prices over time in different parts of town, market stats, and even information on how to find out what your home is really worth.
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Really private ground floor unit that is super clean and ready for immediate occupancy. This unit comes with a storage closet. Carpet is brand new. Unit backs to nicely landscaped common area on the end of ground floor and sits above building below for extra privacy. Contact Jeff Sallan at 775-453-4568 for more information or to schedule a tour.
As of April 1st, there were 851 single family homes available for purchase, which is just over a 5% decrease from the beginning of March. Although we had a monthly decrease, the available inventory since last year has increased 43% providing needed relief to home buyers in our region. Sixty-eight percent of available homes are priced under $600,000.
For homes priced under $300,000, we have about 26 days of inventory, and for homes in the range of $300,000 to $600,000, inventory is 1.6 months. If you own a home in either of these price ranges, it is a good time to sell with little competition in the marketplace. Inventory of homes priced from $600,000 to $900,000 is 3.5 months. The $900,000 to $1,500,000 price range represents the most balanced market
Free Dump Weekends are returning to Lockwood Regional Landfill during the first 3 weekends (Thursday – Saturday) of April (April 4-6, April 11-13, and April 18-20). If you've started your spring cleaning and have more to dispose of than you realized, this is an excellent solution. The goal of the free event is to encourage responsible disposal, especially of large and bulky items, to reduce illegal dumping in Northern Nevada.
Eligible household appliances for the free disposal include: coolant-free refrigerators, hot water heaters, stoves, dishwashers and washers/dryers. Other common eligible bulky waste includes: sofas, chairs, mattresses and box springs.
This event is open to residents of Reno, Sparks, Unincorporated Washoe County and Storey