Reno has always been lucky to have residents with strong ties to the community who share a love for improving the area and fostering innovations of all kinds. Reno has also always been welcoming and accepting of new ideas, people, and projects, which makes it no wonder why other businesses, developers, and groups have always turned to Reno for help. It now seems that Reno is the one getting a little help, especially in terms of Reno real estate investment and Reno real estate development.
A not-for-profit group of knowledgeable individuals has been hosting monthly events to help small developers and residents strengthen their neighborhoods with small-scale real estate projects. The group is called the Incremental Development Alliance, and they support the idea that communities are built from within. They help residents invest in their communities and help businesses with small scale developments in order to ensure the area grows and thrives.
The first of the monthly Incremental Development Alliance talks took place in Reno on November 5. Andrew Samuelsen was the guest of honor, and he talked about how he switched careers from Software Development to Real Estate Development in Reno, as well as all of the steps in the process to complete his first big project.
The next Incremental Development Meetup will be on Tuesday, December 3, from 6 – 7:30 PM, and will be held at the Reno Collective. This group is geared towards landlords, developers, architects, designers, wanna-be developers, city planners, and anyone who wants to strengthen our neighborhoods using real estate development as the tool. If you have a curious mind and an increasing desire to learn how to help the community, the Incremental Development Meetups are perfect for you.
Network, gather ideas, and build a team to take Reno to the next level. Meet people that share in your passion for change and strive to be pioneers for the betterment of the community. We look forward to being your partners in taking these small-scale real estate projects further, and if you ever have any questions about the real estate market, don’t hesitate to reach out to your friends at the David Morris Group.