Here’s the latest Carson Valley Community update for our local real estate market. Sales activity listed below is for the dates between the 4th of July and Labor Day weekend. The Johnson Lane area had 15 sales during the time period. Prices ranged between $395,000 and $870,000. This is quite a departure from last year when the area had 25 sales. The Ranchos had 28 sales as compared to 23 last year during the same time period. Prices ranged between $279,000 and $595,000. It should be noted the Dresslerville area saw a substantial decline in the number of sales this summer by over 50% while the Downtown Minden and Gardnerville areas saw a total of 40 residential sales. This includes Chichester Estates, Heybourne Meadows and the La Costa At Monte Vista communities. The number of sales Downtown stayed steady with prices ranging from $285,000 to $596,000. The Ruhenstroth area had only two sales during the time period. The Pinenut area closed five. The north Minden areas of Sunridge, and Indian Hills had 16 sales as compared to 22 last year. Prices have ranged from $250,000 to $570,000. Lastly the Foothill and Genoa Lakes areas have seen an increase of over 50% in sales this summer. Lack of inventory has obviously been an issue in some communities. To obtain a value on what your home is worth give me a call at 775-309-8454. Thank you. Robert Stiles, REALTOR® Chase International
I have a client looking for a 3000 to 4000 square foot, single story home within the Carson Valley. They have a large motor home so if a 14′ tall garage by 50′ is not available they need the land to be able to add one. My clients also like their privacy and would prefer a few acres away from the neighbors. Price to be under $1,500,000. Call me at 775-309-8454 if you have something I could preview for them. As of August 27th I have reviewed everything on the market. Thank you. Robert Stiles, REALTOR® Chase International BS 1001136 NV
Genoa is the oldest permanent settlement in Nevada and each April is home to the Genoa Western Heritage Days. This year starting on April 26th the festival kicks off with an opening concert on Friday evening by Waddie Mitchell at the Genoa Town Hall. Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm you can wander the Town of Genoa for Native American demonstrations, or all types of children’s activities while listening to western music. There is another concert on Saturday evening and the event winds up with the Cowboy Church on Sunday morning at Genoa Town Hall. Daytime events and performances are free and family friendly. Town Hall performances start at 7 pm each evening with ticket prices at $40.