Private, quiet, Northwest Reno home, that has been tastefully remodeled and has an extra family/bonus room for even more usable space. Open floor plan, with plenty of natural light, and gorgeous updates include: custom granite countertops, upgraded cabinets, in-counter champagne/beer cooler, laminate flooring, and more. The backyard is perfect for entertaining or relaxing with a large, shaded patio. Well-maintained and move-in ready.
Moving is never a fun experience, but there are things that can make it more bearable. And moving all of your earthly belongings during a snowstorm is just plain miserable. Whether it's your schedule or the weather, many people find summer to be the best time to move.
Plenty of Sun. On average, Reno has 252 days of sun each year. The national average is only 205 days of sun. That chance increases significantly during the summer months. If you're pulling a full day or weekend of moving, you'll get more daylight and less chance of wet weather during the summer.
Kids Aren't in School. This might be the biggest reason why summer moves are most popular. Moving during the summer helps kids maintain their routines and gives them a chance to settle in
Summer is here, and that means there are plenty of June events in Reno/Sparks to enjoy. There’s no shortage of things to do in Reno this June, from celebrating the Reno Rodeo’s 100th anniversary to Barbecue, Blues and Brews to the world rock crawling championship. Here are 14 events you won’t want to miss!
June Events in Reno/Sparks: Rhythm & Rawhide Presented by Dolan Auto Group
When: Saturday, Jun. 1, 2019
Where: Downtown Reno Ballroom, 401 N Center St., Reno
This country western flavored event is the major fundraiser for the Reno Phil and the Reno Rodeo Foundation. The fun and exhilarating music that will surely knock your boots off! Wear your best western attire and bring your cowboy hat to have a
Summer is finally (officially) here and you're probably planning to spend more time in your backyard. Big or small, your yard is an investment in your home. Whether you have a quaint patio or a spacious yard, there are seven traits every outdoor space should have to maximize the aesthetic and your enjoyment of your yard.
1. Proper Lighting. Outdoor string lights along the patio, twinkle lights in the trees, or well-placed path lights can make a huge difference in both the feel of an outdoor area and its usability.
2. Outdoor Seating. A comfortable seating area is important to the flow and use of your living space. Choose something that will work well for the purpose of your space will either withstand the wide temperature swing of Northern
Let's review the Reno-Sparks real estate market, comparing month over month activity from March to April 2019, and comparing year-over-year from April 2018 to April 2019. This graphic contains Single Family Homes market statistics.
Please contact me if you have any questions or would like to discuss what is happening in our local real estate market.
You don’t need a huge yard to create a beautiful and low-maintenance garden. Whether your yard is more of a courtyard or you enjoy spacious acres, these easy garden ideas will inspire you to put on your gardening gloves.
1. Xeriscaping. Drought-tolerant plants like cacti and succulents do well in our dry summers. Instead of installing sod, rock or gravel are water-friendly solutions.
2. Shade Plants. If you have shaded areas in your yard, it's easy to ignore them. Because a shaded area can look a little somber with just single tone plants. Work with your local garden center to choose a variety of plants that add texture and color.
3. Add Levels. Whether you use a trellis, concrete levels, or hanging baskets you can create height to add
In 2018 almost 30 businesses in Reno-Sparks expanded, relocated or launched with the help of the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada—and more are on the way. Already in 2019, MOBE, an innovative health solutions company, announced it will establish its co-headquarters in downtown Reno and Figure Technologies, a financial technology company leveraging blockchain, AI and analytics announced it will expand its operations to Reno.
The greater Reno, Sparks and Tahoe region creates a favorable environment for business.
“The greater Reno-Sparks-Tahoe area is an ideal region for you to relocate or grow your company,” according to the EDAWN website. “From central access to the 11 western states, to our
For many first-time home buyers, one of the biggest questions is, “how can I start saving for a house?” It’s an important question, and the answer really depends on each buyer’s finances, stage in life and other aspects. To get some helpful tips on how to start saving for a house in Reno/Sparks, I reached out to one of our trusted partners, Dereck Bowlen, the Branch Manager for Synergy Home Mortgage in Caughlin Ranch. He’s been in the mortgage industry for more than 25 years and offered his perspective and advice.
Calculate how much you can afford each month
One of the first steps to begin saving for a house is to figure out how much to save in the first place. To do that, Bowlen suggests meeting with
Gorgeous home in exclusive community of Somersett with stunning views throughout and more than $55,000 in upgrades including: cabinets, two-tone paint, carpet, and wood-look tile. The large master suite, with an enormous walk in closet, is conveniently located on the main level and features a luxurious master bath with dual vanities, and soaker tub. The private guest master suite and a second living area is located downstairs and is ideal for entertaining. The kitchen is perfect for the home chef, complete with dual convection ovens, upgraded cabinets, and a large island. More conveniences include smart tech through out the home, including the thermostat, ring doorbell, and a built-in modem that optimizes WiFi. Enjoy lots of natural light and plenty of
As of April 29th, there were 964 single family homes available for purchase, which is over a 13% increase from the beginning of April. An even more sizable increase of 38% was realized since this time last year, providing needed relief to home buyers in our region. Sixty-nine percent of available homes are priced under $600,000.
For homes priced under $300,000, we only have about 18 days of inventory, and for homes in the range of $300,000 to $600,000, inventory is 2 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 3.9 months. The $900,000 to $1,500,000 price range represents the most balanced market with 4.7 months