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There’s a chill (and a new woodsy aroma) in the air, the leaves are changing, the supermarket is packed with pumpkin spice-flavored products, and Halloween decorations are popping up everywhere. That's right: Fall is in full force. So why not make the most of that perfect temperate weather and the festive spirit? There's no shortage of fun fall activities to try—both indoors and outdoors. We have all of our favorite September and October events listed below. We hope you enjoy welcoming the turn of a new season with a little festive fall fun!

 

Great Italian Festival

The Great Italian Festival transforms downtown Reno into Little Italy with a grape stomp, an Italian farmers market, food booths and incredible free, live entertainment all weekend

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Investing in property is one of the most lucrative endeavors you can delve into if you do it right. Tax rules abound for investors when it comes to selling off property, but there is a popular tool to help maximize profits and avoid capital gains tax. A 1031 exchange can do just that is one of the best bets for building foundational real estate wealth.

 

What is a 1031 exchange?

A 1031 exchange gets its name from Section 1031 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, which allows an investor to avoid paying capital gains taxes on the sale of an investment property, as long the proceeds are reinvested within certain time limits in a property or properties of equal or greater value. In short, it’s a tax-deferring transaction that can be used in just about

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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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Prepared to be impressed with this home’s luxury upgrades and designer finishes. The Gourmet Kitchen is a work of art with its Sub-Zero wine fridge and built-in refrigerator, Monogram 6-Burner range with grill, pot filler, copper apron sink, and inventive cabinet organization. The granite slab counters are remarkable, with their unique custom roped edging, and the matching granite slab backsplash complements the kitchen’s upscale aesthetic.

 

The interior Atrium is the heart of the home and is accessible from the Living Room, Formal Dining Room, and Great Room. The wood-burning fireplace in the Atrium makes for perfect protected outdoor entertaining.

 

There are three Ensuite Bedrooms, plus a 4th bedroom (currently used as an office) and a

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Looking for a place in Reno-Tahoe to celebrate America’s birthday? Here are some patriotic ideas!

1) 4th of July with the Reno Phil  

Photo credit: Artown and Reno Phil Orchestra

The Reno Phil Orchestra and Chorus will perform patriotic and classical favorites at Wingfield Park in Downtown Reno. Conducted by Laura Jackson, this family friendly performance will begin at 7:30pm and will end with a fantastic firework finale. This event is free to the community.

300 W. 1st Street

Reno, NV 89503

 

2) 4th Annual Star Spangled Sparks Fireworks Spectacular at the Nugget Casino Resort

 

Photo credit: Nugget Casino Resort

Festivities include the largest fireworks show in Northern Nevada, live music, food and beverage vendors, arts

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Introducing 6705 De Chardin Lane!

This beautiful single-story Montrêux home resides on a quiet cul-de-sac on the 2nd Fairway. It showcases spectacular views of the famed Jack Nicklaus Signature Championship Course, Mt. Rose, and the Sierras.

The lot size is a generous .88 acre. It features an innovative and masterful landscape renovation that includes recirculation streams, built-in BBQ, expanded patio and paver driveway, over 50 new trees, all-natural rock, and three extraordinary fire pits.

The interior is just as impressive with warm and distinct custom upgrades at every turn. This 4,331 square foot home offers a Great Room Concept with a smartly designed floorplan, with the Master Bedroom privately located on one wing of the home, and

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The former Park Lane Mall site hasn’t seen any action in many years, however developers just revealed the plans for the property.

Park Lane is a 46-acre, master-planned development located on a busy corridor, close to MidTown. The site at Plumb Lane and Virginia Street will soon become a development that is pedestrian-friendly, with live-work and multi-use spaces, a 170-room hotel and a food hall called The Market Hall. The site has already undergone preparation, including replacement of aging sewer lines, for 18 months so that it could be ready for construction.

“For the past year, together with Lyon Living, we’ve been working toward raising the bar on our design and bringing to life our vision of a new lifestyle in Reno,” said Chip Bowlby,

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Welcome to our monthly Partner Spotlight! Where would we be without our partners in the community? They are just one of the many reasons that Reno-Tahoe is such a special place to live.

As head of Montreux Security, Mary McDonald and her team are oftentimes the first impressions that our clients have entering through the gates. The feedback that they receive is nothing short of wonderful! We sat down with Mary to learn a little bit more about her.

Your experience in security is extensive. What brought you out to Nevada?

“I had 25 years of experience at the St. Petersburg, FL Police Department, retiring at the rank of Major.  I held Patrol, Patrol Sgt., Patrol Lt., Patrol Major, Training Major, Investigations Sex Crimes Detective and Major,

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Reno has been compared to Silicon Valley, however three successful startups explain why they favor the biggest little city.


Rising rents and crowded freeways have put tension on the American Dream in the Bay Area. Tech giants have staked their claim in the region and are enticing not only startups, but talented people who are striving for something more. U.S. Census data taken in the Bay Area showed an emigration in 2016. Educated tech workers are moving out of the area and many of them are coming here to Reno.

VentureBeat talked to three Reno startups about their growth outside of the tech metropolis of Silicon Valley.

TrainerRoad

Nate Pearson founded TrainerRoad on the simple idea that he was a broke college grad who couldn’t pay

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Reno has repainted its image and now it’s challenging Silicon Valley with its attractive business structure.

“There was only one place to go, and that was up,” said Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve.

In 2011, unemployment peaked at nearly 14% when Governor Brian Sandoval signed a law aiming to diversify the state’s economy. He recognized that gambling wasn’t enough to support the state’s economy and a sustainable workforce.

Reno has scored some big wins, starting with a new, highly automated factory run by Ardagh Group SA. The factory produces 3.5 million cans of tomato paste and other food products in just one day. In 2014, Tesla chose Reno out of six other locations to build its greatly anticipated Gigafactory. The Gigafactory is the largest in

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