Guides

    • Reno

      Known as “The Biggest Little City in the World”, Reno is the second most populous city in Nevada, after Las Vegas. Reno is famous for its hotels and casinos but…

    • Northwest Reno

      Northwest Reno sits on the foothills just above downtown, giving you a more mellow feel than living downtown. However, it’s just a 10-minute drive to Downtown Reno, so you’re still…

    • Sparks

      Time Magazine called Sparks the best city to live in Nevada. Located just east of Reno, Sparks is a less expensive, fast growing city. Surrounded by natural beauty, with a…

    • South Suburban Reno

      This rural neighborhood sits just at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and is just a short drive to shopping and dining. Many horse owners find this neighborhood to…

    • Spanish Springs

      Spanish Springs is made up of almost entirely newer homes, most of which were built from 2000 through today. This neighborhood features top public schools, low crime rate and primarily…

    • South Meadows

      Reno’s South Meadows allows you easy access to many outdoor adventure opportunities, all from a suburban setting. Enjoy biking, hiking and skiing, to name a few. With newly developed housing,…

    • North Valleys

      Made up of Panther, Lemon and Golden Valleys the North Valleys are slightly out of town, and very peaceful. The commute to town is quick but living in the North…

    • Southwest Reno

      Reno’s most desirable area to live. With large lots, featuring very eclectic architecture, it’s easy to see why so many want to call Southwest Reno their home. Mature trees line…

    • Lake Tahoe

      With stunning views, and endless amounts of outdoor adventure, it’s easy to see why someone would want to call Lake Tahoe their home! It’s easy to enjoy biking, hiking, swimming,…