REreno Status Check

Here are some thoughts on the bigger Reno real estate scene by REreno:

Status Check

It is interesting that the trend identified in the above article follows the trend line that we are seeing in the ArrowCreek home resale market recapped in

October 19 2015 Update from the Washoe County Assessor Records

AC Oct DolPerSqFt

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2 Responses to REreno Status Check

  1. Ronald Duncan says:

    Mr. Nuszloch,
    I fully agree that ArrowCreek is a great community in which to live, raise a family and retire too. However, a ‘private enterprise, a.k.a. the “Non-residential area,” ‘ does not need or require a quasi-government subsidy to exist. As a ‘privately’ operated enterprise it should do what the law and regulations allow it to do without ‘community’ interference. There are no guarantees in this environment but there definitely was a competing bid for this property during the bankruptcy. Two contenders for the same asset, the winner, FOA LLC.
    The ACHOA does not and should not have an interest in a private enterprise, in spite of the members of the FOA LLC coincidentally being residents and owners within the ArrowCreek subdivision.
    Ron Duncan


  2. Dale Nuszloch says:

    My bottom line is ArrowCreek is a great community in which to live with 2 great golf courses and should stay that way. We need to find a way that is acceptable to most residents and the FOA investors that took the financial risk to save this asset.


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