Johnson Perkins Griffin Real Estate Appraisers and Consultants released a comprehensive report on apartments in Reno-Sparks showing 2016 rent prices broken into neighborhoods and apartment size. They also released prices going back 10 years to show comparison. The RGJ took that information and broke it down into a series of maps and charts to give you an idea of Reno's rental landscape.

This interactive map shows the average rent price for a one bedroom, one bathroom apartment in each of the given regions of Reno-Sparks.

Method: We found the expected monthly salary and hourly wage based on rent representing 30 percent your monthly income if paid 40 hours per week and 176 hours per month.

Take note: The map also shows the incredibly low vacancy rate of each neighborhood, which contributes to supply and demand economics and raises rents.

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