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ArrowCreek Home Prices Rebound

Home prices at ArrowCreek Golf & Country Club rebounded nicely from the depths of the last recession, and amid the Covid-shutdowns, luxury properties here with nice views of the mountains or Reno skyline were again fetching prices well north of $1 million.

The median sales price of an ArrowCreek home in 2018 was $972,500, almost double what it had been in 2012, a year that marked a low point for real estate prices in many areas of Reno. (read more)

This community in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains was launched 20 years ago as a gated golf course neighborhood offering terrific views and promising the best of amenities. The early years were slow, with just a few sales per year. But word caught on…

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Reno Housing Market

Reno, which has long been the affordable housing option for homebuyers who can’t pay Tahoe prices, is seeing a growth in population that’s driving up the cost of homes and condos, and pushing rental prices to new highs.

By the end of the third quarter in 2017, the price of a single-family home had risen to $349,500. That’s more than a 5 percent increase from the previous quarter, and up 9 percent from 2016. During this same quarter five years ago, by contrast, the median sales price in Reno/Sparks was just under $175,000.

The rental market, which is close to saturated, is seeing modest suburban homes in good school districts like McQueen High School fetching close to $1/square foot. In areas that are trending, like Midtown, some rentals are…

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