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We are incredibly excited to share that we will be a sponsor for Montrêux Golf and Country Club’s very own Concert on the Green again for the 20th year! The Concert first kicked off in 2001 and has run every year since, with the exception of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dickson Realty has sponsored the event every year that it has taken place and we couldn’t be more honored to continue with the tradition. The concert returns this year on Sunday, September 19, with the picnic at 3:30pm and performance from 4pm – 6pm. We will be inviting all of our clients, colleagues, and friends to join us on the Patty Sheehan Practice Hole in the heart of Montreux’s beautiful gated and treed community.

 Be sure to bring your low-back chairs to join us for

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The real estate market in Incline Village-Crystal Bay is red hot! This spring, the region closed the season by tripling its median home price as more people relocate to the area. The median sales price for a home in Incline Village and Crystal Bay was $2.53 million in April, nearly triple the number from just a year ago according to the data from Multiple Listing Service (MLS).

 

An increase in demand means that more and more properties are being snapped up quickly. The typical property spent a mere 58 days on market in average in April, down significantly from 200 days in April last year. The Bay Area has brought an influx of cash buyers, leaving their mark on the Tahoe real estate market. Between the appeal of wanting to live in Nevada for the

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Where in the world can you soak up phenomenal alpine views and enjoy renowned outdoor recreation in all four seasons? Why, Incline Village of course!

Snow enthusiasts know that we are in the best part of winter and this has spurred an interest in the Incline Village real estate market. With the changes from the pandemic at top of mind, people are looking to switch from urban living to the expansiveness of the Sierra Nevada landscape.

An influx of buyers coupled with quickly moving inventory makes Incline Village real estate a hot market for both sellers and buyers alike—even when temperatures drop. In December 2020, 92 single-family homes and condos were available on the market—a 48.6% decrease year over year. So, it’s no surprise that the available

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Greetings from Reno-Tahoe!

We are kicking off the New Year with great intentions – to have more fun! Our team has so much gratitude for this place that we call home and all of the wonderful recreation that it provides. We are just getting into the winter season and wanted to share with you some of our favorite local activities – you can even enjoy them with social distancing!

 

Ice Skating

There’s something about the ice rink that brings excitement and joy. Maybe it’s the prospect of lots of hot chocolate, or the classic feel to the winter pastime. Either way, there are plenty of places in Reno and around Lake Tahoe to lace up your skates. Ice skating is great for the kids and grandkids too! Most places have gear available to help the

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By Dickson Realty Guest Blog Writer Chris Galli

If you’re looking for March things to do in Reno and Sparks, then you’ve found the right post! No matter if you want to race against a leprechaun, plan the perfect wedding, or support a nonprofit, you can do it all at one of the many March events in Reno/Sparks. For our top picks, keep reading!

Free Wedding Faire

  • When: Sunday, March 1, 2020
  • Where: My Wedding Library, 13945 S Virginia St, Ste 618, Reno
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Join Reno/Tahoe area event professionals for this free wedding fair, presented by My Wedding Library. My Wedding Library connects engaged couples with local Reno/Lake Tahoe wedding vendors, and helps couples to compare local vendors, read other brides’ reviews

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Photo courtesy of Chris Neal

The East Shore Trail between Incline Village and Sand Harbor State Park is now open! 

The three mile route features 17 designated vista points, 11 designated shoreline access points, eight bear-proof trash stations, more than 30 bike racks, three bike repair stations with air pumps and tools, five bathrooms and five benches with more on the way. There are also six bridges, one of which is the longest bridge in the Tahoe Basin at 810 feet.

The parking is currently free. At the trailhead, there are three new parking lots with about 90 spaces near Ponderosa Road right off of State Route 28. In the coming months, it will be converted to paid parking through the Tahoe Transportation District, with revenues to be used

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Calling all mountain lovers! For those seeking a more rustic lifestyle in Reno, Galena Forest invites a magnificent respite in the tall pines.

Mother Nature’s very own water feature, Galena Creek, rambles through the community and the neighborhood is bordered by miles and miles of BLM land with the adjacent Toiyabe National Forest.

Located off Mt. Rose Highway, Galena Forest is the perfect balance between city and suburb – tucked in the forest, yet conveniently close to everything. It’s just 10 minutes from Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe resort, 15 minutes from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport, and 20 minutes from beautiful Lake Tahoe.

Right across the highway from Galena Forest, you’ll find the Galena Creek Recreation Area. It is rich in natural and

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What makes Reno so special?

Midsize cities in the U.S. are seeing a renaissance as people from large metro areas are getting sick of the hustle and bustle by putting down roots in smaller cities like Reno, Nevada. Compared to big cities, you’ll find better priced housing, improved quality of life, and business opportunities galore. What is the secret of the Biggest Little City that makes it such a great place to settle down? We have five great reasons why!

 

  1. YES to Business and Jobs; NO to Income Tax.

Just three short years ago, Tesla opened its Gigafactory and employed over 5,000 people. Soon after, other large companies followed suit like Apple, Switch, Microsoft, Intuit, and Patagonia. This movement created thousands of jobs for all

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Lake Tahoe ski resorts have extended their operations well into the spring following record snowfall in February.

Skiers and riders rejoice! More than 50 feet of snow has fallen so far this season and the mountains could even get a bit more. An extended season has been announced by the area’s resorts, which means more bang for your buck for season pass-holders.

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows will operate lifts in Squaw through July 7, which is just 8 days shy of their latest closing date ever on July 15, 2017. Last year, Squaw closed following Memorial Day weekend. Alpine Meadows will operate into May with its schedule dependent on both weather and the construction of a high-speed chair lift that will replace Hot Wheels.

The serious

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When lift tickets can cost anywhere from a hundred dollars or more for a day pass, it’s no wonder so many people invest in a season pass.

Feeling a little overloaded by all the choices? The many great ski resorts in the Tahoe region can do that to you. We’re here to help you find the right one.

The Epic Pass was released by Vail Resorts ten years ago and revolutionized the way ski resorts make money with one season pass to rule all of the company’s mountains for just a few hundred dollars. The Epic Pass price tag today is $949 and offers unlimited skiing at 65 resorts in eight states, Canada, Europe, Australia and Japan. The Ikon is a similar product, with unlimited skiing and free days at 35 resorts including Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows,

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