Overview of Reno
Known as "The Biggest Little City in the World," Reno will offer you a natural beauty you never expected. Nature lovers are regular residents of Reno apartments for rent. Take a bike ride down the Truckee River Trail or head out into the heat for some mountain climbing. You'll even love the outdoors in the winter, as surrounding areas provide prime skiing real estate. This popular tourist destination is much more than just slot machines.
Living in Reno
Reno apartments for rent can be found within the busy confines of downtown or out in wide-open spaces. Every year in July, checkout Artown. The popular event attracts world-class artists that have relocated to Reno because of the city's diversity. There are more than 500 events and 100 workshops hosted during the festival every year.
West University, a neighborhood located just to the west of downtown, is a prime location for apartments for rent in Reno. With a casino in the area, the surrounding bars provide a wild nightlife. If this is your kind of scene, you may just want to select an apartment right in the Downtown neighborhood itself. Other popular neighborhoods include South Reno and North Valleys.
Reno Apartments and Cost of Living
Residents of Reno apartments for rent will enjoy a cost of living that is 3.2 percent less expensive than the average in Nevada and 7.8 percent less than the national average. The median rental rate in Reno is just 0.4 percent greater than the Nevada average, making apartments in the area easily affordable.
If you are looking for low income housing in the area, the Housing Authority of the CIty of Reno will be able to help you locate affordable apartments in the city. The city offers public housing in 750 apartments for rent in Reno that are located across the city.
Apartments in Reno Work and Study
As of December 2012, the unemployment rate in Reno was 9.6 percent. Some of the popular industries for residents living in apartments in Reno include construction, manufacturing and financial services.
If you are looking to further your education, consider attending Morrison University or the University of Nevada, Reno. Due to a large number of students in the area, Reno apartments for rent are available on a regular basis.
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