What began as a small community has become a bustling city that acts as the gateway to northern Nevada, known as "the Biggest Little City in the World." Within an hour's drive, there are 15 ski resorts, 50 golf courses, Lake Tahoe, the state capital Carson City and thousands of biking and hiking trails that are perfect for fishing and boating. Reno residents and visitors can enjoy the Truckee River Whitewater Park, National Automobile Museum, Hot August Nights and the Triple-A baseball stadium. Pair these attractions with Reno's hotels and casinos, plus a growing nightlife, and you have the perfect place to live.
Finding an apartment in Reno is relatively easy and can be done to suit many tastes and budgets. Reno offers everything from small studio apartments to large 4 bedroom apartments to luxury high rises.
Reno’s average apartment rental rate in the city is about $950.00. The average 1 bedroom apartment rents for approximately $625.00 and the average 2 bedroom rents for about $825.00. The Average listing price for homes for sale is approximately $315,000. Popular neighborhoods in the Reno area are Downtown, Casino District, East Fourth Street, and Ballpark District.