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Featured Apartments in Nevada
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Las Vegas NV, 89142
Two Large Swimming Pools with a Jacuzzi... Washer/Dryer in Every Apartment... Great Location - Just 10 Min. from the Strip and 5 Min. from Maccaran Airport
Las Vegas NV, 89103
Signature Concierge Services...Easy Freeway Access...Spectacular Mountain-City Views...
Las Vegas NV, 89148
Senior Community 55+...Washer and Dryer in Every Unit...Planned Activities...
Las Vegas NV, 89104
Located in Centennial Hills...Gorgeous Strip and Mountain Views...Pet Friendly.
Las Vegas NV, 89166
Washer-dryer in every apartment! Centrally located in Southeast Las Vegas! Select units have ceramic tiles throughout the entire apartment, no carpets, granite kitchen counters, bathroom granite counters!
Winchester NV, 89121
If you are looking for a wonderful community to live in, welcome home to Meadow Vista Apartments! We have 1 & 2 bedroom apartment homes for rent. We offer free water, sewage and trash. We have spacious apartments with washer and dryer in every unit. Pool on site.
Las Vegas NV, 89121
Fantastic Green Valley Location...Spacious Floorplans, Your Own Private Patio and Washer and Dryer Included...Wood Burning Fireplaces, Garden Tubs
Henderson NV, 89014
Conveniently located across from the Community College of Southern Nevada ... Easy access to CAT transportation ...
Las Vegas NV, 89146
Southwest location.....Full size washer and dryer in every unit..Spacious Park like setting
Las Vegas NV, 89148
The state of Nevada seems to have the touch of Midas. In the mid-1800s, Nevada was made famous by the discovery of the Comstock Lode, the country's richest silver deposit to date. Fast-forward 100 years, and oil was discovered here. And then there's Nevada's most famous industry: gambling. As the gambling capital of the U.S. and a leading entertainment destination, Nevada has a booming economy and plenty of opportunities for newcomers on the search for jobs, apartments for rent and—of course—good luck.
What to Expect
You can't talk about the Silver State without talking about gambling. State gambling taxes account for more than a third of general fund tax revenues. The tourism associated with Nevada's lucrative gaming destinations account for the strongest factor in the state's economy. Outside of tourism, agriculture and manufacturing are important contributors. Nevada's leading agricultural products are cattle, hay, alfalfa seed, barley, wheat and potatoes. Manufactured products include gaming equipment, lawn and garden irrigation devices, titanium products, seismic and machinery monitoring devices, and specialty printing.
There are a lot of attractions for newcomers, from the hot, mild weather to the expanding job opportunities to the excitement and entertainment afforded by Las Vegas, Reno and other cities. But the main attraction may be Nevada's extremely beneficial cost of living, which is well below the national average. And, the icing on this already enticing cake: no state income tax.
Where to Explore
Most of the land in Nevada is government owned and sparsely populated. The majority of residents live in Las Vegas, Reno, Lake Tahoe, Carson City and a few other locales. For those looking for apartments in exciting cities with plenty of opportunities for finding your fortune, Nevada could be the place for you!
Las Vegas Apartments With a population of more than half a million, Las Vegas is the state's largest city and one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the United States. Vegas is famous (or infamous, depending on your point of view) for gaming, quickie weddings and almost-as-quickie divorces. But there's a lot more to this eclectic city. Although tourism in the "Entertainment Capital of the World" is the most important source of income by far, the city is also booming in manufacturing and industrial employment, the construction of new houses and apartments, and in new service jobs. Newcomers don.t usually have a difficult time in finding employment and affordable apartments. The overall cost of living is 20% below the national average, and there are apartment rentals to suit various interests and budgets. A recent survey found the following average prices for Las Vegas apartments for rent: studio apartments go for an average of $450, one-bedrooms for $575, two-bedrooms for $715 and two-bedrooms for $885. Although it should be noted that with Vegas's quickly expanding population, rent prices can change quickly.
Reno Apartments At the northern tip of the state, Reno is the second biggest city with a population of about 200,000 residents. Reno's gaming area is like a mini version of Vegas's Strip, complete with posh hotel-casinos and plenty of action. For those who aren't into gambling and its associated vices, or who just need a break from the action, there are plenty of other attractions. The pristine beauty of Lake Tahoe is less than an hour away, offering hiking and water sports in the warmer months and skiing in the winter. Reno is also known for its top-notch golf courses, including PGA Tour host Montreux Golf and Country Club. Prices for apartment rentals are similar to what you'll find in Vegas; apartments go for a median price of $740. Ambitious redevelopment projects are revitalizing the downtown area, so take a look there for bargains.