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Starting at $1,094
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The Lodge at McCarran Ranch
800 Redfield Pkwy
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
$1,094
2 Bedrooms
$1,315
3 Bedrooms
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Located just outside of Reno, close to I-580 and I-80 and just minutes from the Reno-Tahoe Airport and several casinos. Special features include gym, Jacuzzi, outdoor pool and tennis courts.
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Starting at $1,470
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Aspen Ridge
1555 Ridgeview Dr
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,470
3 Bedrooms
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Green, pet-friendly community with a gym, sports courts and pools. The homes are offered in apartment or townhome plans and feature in-unit laundry, fireplaces and upgraded kitchen appliances. Less than an hour from Lake Tahoe.
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Starting at $1,289
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Edgewater at Virginia Lake
2490 Eastshore Place
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
$1,289
2 Bedrooms
$1,354
Apartment homes have private patio/balconies, energy efficient heating, water heater and high ceilings. Community has a brand new clubhouse, gym and private access pool. Great location in a quiet area.
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Starting at $1,450
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Horizons at South Meadows
9350 Double R Blvd
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
$1,450
2 Bedrooms
$1,490
3 Bedrooms
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Spacious layouts in an incredible region. These newly developed homes offer an attached or detached garage, a resort-style pool and spa, and a business center. Pet-friendly. Homes include walk-in closets and fireplaces.
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Starting at $1,223
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The Boulders Apartments
4775 Summit Ridge Dr
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
$1,223
2 Bedrooms
$1,578
3 Bedrooms
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Recently renovated community close to area parks and restaurants. On-site pool, business center, clubhouse and fitness center. Furnished units available. Fast access to trails. Covered parking provided.
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Starting at $1,579
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Harvest at Damonte Ranch
1851 Steamboat Pkwy
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
$1,579
2 Bedrooms
$1,995
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This development features one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Residences offer amenities like stainless steel appliances, wood plank flooring, washers and dryers, and plenty of storage.
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Starting at $1,336
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Manzanita Gate Apartment Homes
2475 Robb Dr
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
$1,336
2 Bedrooms
$1,540
Refined apartments with a ceramic tile entry, in-unit laundry, and mountain views. RV parking available. Enjoy access to the year-round resort-style spa. 24-hour fitness center available. Dine or shop at nearby McQueen Crossing. By I-80.
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Starting at $1,504
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Latitude 39
9870 Double R Blvd
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
$1,504
2 Bedrooms
$1,969
3 Bedrooms
$2,189
Stylish homes with LED lighting and stainless steel appliances. Residents enjoy use of a resort-style pool, clubhouse, and fitness center. Close to numerous attractions, including Paradise Cove Fun Center and Peppermill Resort Spa Casino.
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Starting at $1,227
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The Village at Iron Blossom
690 E Patriot Blvd
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
$1,227
2 Bedrooms
$1,353
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Thoughtfully designed homes with energy efficient appliances and walk-in closets. Tenants get access to a billiards room, barbecue area, and basketball court. Close to I-580. By Southwest Pavilion Shopping and numerous restaurants.
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Starting at $1,289
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Vizcaya Hilltop Apartments
1350 Grand Summit Dr
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
$1,289
2 Bedrooms
$1,437
3 Bedrooms
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Comfortable apartments with garden tubs and fully equipped kitchens. Community includes an on-site dog park, pool, and clubhouse. Close to I-80. Near the green space at Rainbow Ridge Park.
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Starting at $1,600
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Village South
851 Arrowcreek Pkwy
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,600
3 Bedrooms
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Luxurious homes offer private decks, Moen pull-out faucets, and washer/dryer. Community includes fitness center, conference room, and entertainment deck. Located close to I-580 and the South Valleys Regional Sports Complex.
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Starting at $1,300
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Reno Vista
3277 Reno Vista Dr
Reno, NV
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
Located on Reno's North Hills, enjoy amazing panoramic views of the city and the mountains. Units have big windows, in-home laundry and private patio/balcony. Internet access across the community.
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Starting at $1,650
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17881 Mama Bear Ct
17881 Mama Bear Ct
Reno, NV
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
Starting at $3,500
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840 Huffaker Estates Circle
840 Huffaker Estates Circle
Reno, NV
4 Bedrooms
$3,500
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5335 Butterfly Court
5335 Butterfly Court
Reno, NV
4 Bedrooms
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Starting at $1,595
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900 S. Meadows Parkway #1123
900 S. Meadows Parkway #1123
Reno, NV
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
Starting at $1,599
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4640 Kathleen Denise Lane
4640 Kathleen Denise Lane
Reno, NV
2 Bedrooms
$1,599
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3760 Boulder Court
3760 Boulder Court
Reno, NV
3 Bedrooms
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Starting at $3,000
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235 Anselmo Drive
235 Anselmo Drive
Reno, NV
4 Bedrooms
$3,000
Starting at $1,650
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200 West 2nd St #403
200 West 2nd St #403
Reno, NV
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
Starting at $1,800
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2731 Perro Court
2731 Perro Court
Reno, NV
4 Bedrooms
$1,800
Starting at $2,250
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11445 Rivolli Court
11445 Rivolli Court
Reno, NV
4 Bedrooms
$2,250
Starting at $2,195
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8708 Lynrock Circle
8708 Lynrock Circle
Reno, NV
3 Bedrooms
$2,195
Starting at $825
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3948 Clear Acre Ln. #257
3948 Clear Acre Ln. #257
Reno, NV
1 Bedroom
$825

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Survivor's Guide to Renting in Reno

Reno combines the two greatest inspirations of the American West: mountains and desert. With hiking, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, snow boarding, mountain biking, fishing, and everything else offered in the fresh air of the great outdoors, it's more of a wild west town than a gambling town. Of course, it packs a punch of Vegas flair as well... if that's what you're into. Either way, it's prime time for renting in Reno, so let’s cash in those chips and get going.

Tricks of the Hunt

Don't go towards the light. Yes, those casino lights are bright and twinkly and oh-so pretty. But, wouldn't you rather watch the lights from a distance than from across the street, beaming into your windows at four in the morning? Living in casino-land is completely different than your average downtown drinking, gambling, and general party escapades. For the sake of your sanity and circadian rhythm, we recommend heading out of town, toward the mountains or the desert. Just getting a few miles away from downtown puts you in a whole different world, and a whole different state of mind. There is so much more to Reno than gambling. Go towards the wilderness.

Beware of the mismanagers. There are some good apartments in the worst parts of town, some bad apartments in the best parts of town, and it all depends on the apartment manager, or mismanager, in this case. A good apartment manager shouldn't be conspicuously charming. They shouldn't be vague about important details like utility bills, security, maintenance or parking spaces. And, you shouldn't buy into any promises that aren't written clearly in the lease. Many bad apartment managers will say anything to get you to sign, so make sure to prepare some key questions, address your concerns, and read the fine print. Be on guard.

Living without a car. Luckily, there are plenty of areas around Reno where you can get by without a car to just about anywhere you want to go. The Sierra Spirit bus line provides free rides in the downtown area and the Reno Citifare‘s 65 buses operate throughout the entire metro area. Spotted throughout downtown and the arts district are tons of bicycle shops and cycling clubs for all you two-wheeled riders. There are also plenty of walkable and bicycle friendly neighborhoods, such as West University, Old Southwest, California Avenue, and Wells Avenue. If you need a dose of fresh, coastal air, you can even cross the mountains to San Francisco via the California Zephyr, which just so happens to be the most scenic train ride in the U.S. How about them apples?

Neighborhood Guide

Reno is like an enigma inside a conundrum inside a casino inside a desert and pine-forest sandwich (Take that, Inception). Within each ward, there are good and bad neighborhoods, and within each neighborhood, there are good and bad streets. So, as you scan through the neighborhood breakdown, keep in mind that there is great diversity throughout the Biggest Little City in the World.

WARD 1

Old Southwest. This neighborhood is as close to the old west as you can get while maintaining walking distance to the nightlife of downtown and the arts district. Old, towering trees line streets filled with tiny brick cottages, well-preserved houses from the 1900s, as well as a few newer homes, mansions, and apartments. Idlewild Park sits on the Truckee River, providing a very scenic gateway to downtown. However, like any neighborhood near a downtown area, apartment life can be pretty sketchy. In this area, you will be better off in an apartment along the southwestern boundary. If you’re a sucker for natural beauty (and really, who isn’t?), the proximity to the pine-forest foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range will have you sold on the southwestern ‘hood in no time.

WARD 2

South Meadow. Just a few years ago, the raw landscape that previously occupied this area was replaced with houses and buildings from the pre-recession real estate boom. The resulting neighborhood is one of boxy, modern architechture coupled with flat, winding roads, wide bicycle lanes, and a few brand-spankin'-new apartment complexes. It's very walkable and bikeable, with plenty of parks, shopping, restaurants, and employers in the neighborhood. However, if you plan on commuting to the city center, or any of the amazing wildernesses surrounding Reno, you’ll need a set automotive ride to get you there. Rental rates are higher, but it's worth the price for the peace and quiet of a new apartment in a great neighborhood.

WARD 3

Wells Avenue. Popular for its location, walkability, and affordability, Wells Avenue neighbors downtown, the Truckee River Arts District, as well as Wingfield Park, a whitewater rafting park right in view of downtown. The scenery and vibe range drastically. Everything from old and decrepit, to sturdy and historic; from new and beautiful, to terribly ugly and hastily built, variety certainly isn’t lacking in this area. The same goes for whatever you’re into, as this neighborhood comes packing some great little dive bars, bodegas, and tattoo parlors, as well as upscale to hole-in-the-wall-type eats.

Donner Springs. This neighborhood is tucked away in the open and green space just southeast of the airport bordering the Truckee River to the north, Mira Loma Park and the Rosewood Lakes Golf Course to the east, and the hiking trails of Huffaker Hills to the south. Ever get annoyed by the sounds of planes swooping in to land? If so, you might want to reconsider as the noise from the Reno/Tahoe International Airport and traffic from McCarran Blvd can often annoy. However, the money you save on rent due to this factor can buy you a nice, big entertainment center, or some sound isolating headphones to drown out any sound from the outside world. Whether you decide to move here or not, be sure to take a nice, long hike to the top of Huffaker Hills for a bird's eye view of the Truckee River Valley. Make sure you send us your subsequent nature poem.

WARD 4

Northeast Reno. Located far north of downtown, and just east of the mountains, this area of Reno is exceptionally rural. Sitting pretty in between the University of Nevada and the Truckee Meadows Community College, this is a great location for students looking to rent a pad a bit nicer than student housing. Outdoors enthusiasts live on the western part of this ‘hood, which has quick access to Rancho San Rafael Park and the expanse of mountain wilderness beyond that. For shopaholics, consider living in the eastern part of town, near the University East Shopping Center and the North-South Freeway. The benefits are many, but we’re sure you’ll enjoy the easy 15-20 minute commute to other shopping hotspots in the city center without the hassle of living there.

WARD 5

West University. If you were to live in Reno without a car, this would be the neighborhood to do it in. Within walking/biking distance, you have the university, downtown, the Truckee River Arts District, and Rancho San Rafael Park. Need we say more?

Northwest Reno. In the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, this part of town is surrounded by wilderness to the north, west, and south. Apartments are hard to come by, lightly speckled here and there. When you do happen across one, however, the first thing you’ll notice is that price tag, and not for the big savings. They’re very pricey, yes, but well worth it for the amazing views, attractive neighborhoods, and quick access to nature, education, and gritty downtown nightlife.

Downtown. Last, but not least, we have the downtown area of Reno. It is here that you drive under the arch with the slogan "The Biggest Little City in the World".Once you get out of the grit around casino-land, however, you can find cultural treasures such as the West Street Market, Whitewater Park, and a growing arts district just south of the Truckee River. There's art museums, art galleries, and artsy bars, tearooms, and coffee shops, all brought together by monthly wine walks and the annual Artown Festival. And here you were, doubting the place. Tsk-tsk. If you want to be fully marinated in the artsy culture of Reno, look for artist’s lofts and condo conversions of old casinos, which are often rented out by individual owners through the classifieds.

California Avenue. Just south of the Truckee River Arts District, this neighborhood is undergoing its own artsy revival. There are a lot of trendy boutiques, independent stores, and restaurants. Not to mention it's easily walkable to anywhere in the downtown area. You’ll find a ton of price ranges here, so it’s really dependant on how deep your pocket is.

Reno may be "The Biggest Little City in the World", but it's still just a seed... a seed in the desert, growing in between the annual insanity of the city of Burning Man and that year-round artistic conglomeration known as San Francisco. It will grow tough, prickly, and beautiful. Somewhere in there, there’s an apartment with your name on it. So get out there and find it! Just remember to send us that poem if you write one. Happy hunting!

-By Katy Comal

July 2018 Reno Rent Report

Welcome to the July 2018 Reno Rent Report. Reno rents increased over the past month. In this report, we'll evaluate trends in the Reno rental market, including comparisons to similar cities nationwide.

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Renter Confidence Survey

Apartment List has released Reno’s results from the third annual Apartment List Renter Satisfaction Survey. This survey, which drew on responses from over 45,000 renters, provides insight on what states and cities must do to meet the needs of 111 million American renters nationwide.

"Reno renters expressed general dissatisfaction with the city overall," according to Apartment List. "Some ...

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