Because Reno was named one of the ten most livable mid-sized cities in the United States for 2014, it’s not surprising that the economy and business environment are in similar standing. While Reno has a history rooted in gaming and entertainment, its economy has now diversified into a much broader and sustainable base spanning healthcare, entrepreneurial ventures, and tech-based business.
Regarded as a leader in clean energy, technology, and entrepreneurship, our region is home to over a dozen geothermal companies and several advanced manufacturing corporations – including the new Tesla Motors battery factory. We also feature an emerging concentration of aviation, research-and-development, and high-tech industries which foster not only innovation and scientific advancement, but provide the area’s residents with high-paying employment and upward mobility.
The Reno area is serviced by two major highways and an efficient and conveniently located international airport. The Union Pacific Railroad and a number of trucking and airline carriers enable shipping goods and products from Reno to the 11 western states on a next-day basis. As most people considering a move to Nevada know, there is no corporate or personal income tax, and it’s a right-to-work state. These factors have contributed considerably to the State’s meteoric growth from the 1990’s to present. When it comes to prospective cities for relocation, Reno is unrivaled in livability, educational promise and economic opportunity.
David has more than 30 years of successful real estate experience and understanding ofthe northern Nevada region.