WHY RENO-TAHOE?
 

PERSONAL AND BUSINESS TAX-RELATED ADVANTAGES OF NEVADA

  • No personal income tax

  • No Estate Tax

  • No tax on withdrawals from retirement accounts

  • No tax on Social Security income

  • No tax on public or private pension income 

  • No Inheritance or Gift Tax

  • No Franchise Tax on Income

  • No Corporate Income Tax

  • No Taxes on Corporate Shares

  • No Franchise Tax

  • No Unitary Tax

  • Competitive Sales and Property Tax Rates

 

NORTHERN NEVADA ECONOMY LABOR MARKET

  • Reno has been experiencing a tremendous renaissance since the Great Recession. The economy has been transformed from one based on gambling to a tech-oriented one and business is booming!

  • The state’s relaxed business regulations has attracted thousands of large and small to mid-size businesses, good news for job seekers.

 

RENO-TAHOE OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL AND CULTURAL OPPORTUNITIES

  • Reno area residents live in an amazing outdoor playground. With more than 300 days of sunshine each year, the opportunities to get outside are endless. The Truckee River, and the close proximity to Lake Tahoe and surrounding Sierra Nevada Mountains, make this area a paradise for those who love to hike, bike, run, ski, swim or just about anything else you can do outdoors.

  • The Silver State is home to more mountain ranges than any other state with over 300 ranges and 57 peaks taller than 11,000 feet.

  • The growing Reno foodie and art scene is nationally recognized. More than 20 new restaurants opened in 2018 alone!

  • The Reno-Lake Tahoe region has the largest concentration of ski resorts in North America

  • Thousands of miles of hiking and biking trails. The 114-mile Tahoe-Pyramid Trail and the 165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail are both deserving of their world-renowned  status.

  • Reno is the perfect year-round golf destination with more than 40 golf courses built to embrace surrounding landscapes, (and more than 50 courses within a 90-minute drive), there is a Reno or Lake Tahoe golf course for every level of play.

  • Nevada has more (300) natural hot springs than any other state.

  • Greater Nevada Field, downtown Reno, is not just the home of the Reno Aces and Reno 1868 FC, it is a venue that hosts major regional and national events with something for everyone. This 9,100 capacity stadium sets the standard for venue excellence with state-of-the-art technology, comfort and amenities.

  • The Big Wall at the Whitney Peak Hotel, downtown Reno, has the world's tallest climbing wall. 

  • Nevada has more than 10,000 wild horses roaming free on BLM land and you can take tours to go see them.

  • Reno listed a Top Ten Emerging Ski Town by National Geographic

  • Reno was named one of the “10 Hippest Ski Areas You Rarely Hear About” by MSN.com

  • Ski magazine rated Mt. Rose one of the “10 Best Areas You’ve Never Skied”

Links to recent news and statistics regarding the ​Reno / Northern Nevada real estate market and economy
(Links are listed in chronological order, most recent first)
Real estate information for Reno/Sparks MSA
Information about ​Reno
 
 
 
 
 
Nevada has fewer people in the entire state than Orange County has and 75% of those people live in Clark County, (Las Vegas). 
 
Leave the crowds behind and move to the Reno-Tahoe area in Northern Nevada where the pace is slower, crowds and traffic are pretty much non-existent, the cost of living is significantly less, the outdoor recreational opportunities are endless and the awesome weather makes it possible to enjoy the outdoor opportunities year-round.
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