Business Beat: New Record Housing Prices In Northern Nevada, Dog Training Demand Up

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Carson Valley, Sparks Home prices hit record highs in July

Another month, another round of record house prices, this time in Sparks and Carson Valley.

In East Fork Township, the median sales price last month was more than $ 577,000, and in Sparks, average home prices hit $ 500,000 for the first time. According to the Reno-Sparks brokers’ association, that’s an increase of more than 20% over that time last year.

The group cites low mortgage rates as a way to keep up with rising costs.

Read more about the record home prices in Sparks at nnbw.com.

Reno-based company helps local governments track emissions

There is an old saying in the business world: what is measured is managed. One of the challenges in managing greenhouse gas emissions that warm the atmosphere is that they are not measured very well or quickly. A startup from Reno wants to change that.

Ledger8760 measures real-time energy, emissions and utility information from hundreds of sources. The company was signed by the state of Nevada, Washoe County, and the city of Reno. She will receive $ 6,500 a month from the county and city and an additional $ 1,500 a month from the state for the next three years.

The aim is to monitor and reduce the emissions stipulated in the Paris Climate Agreement.

Learn more about this agreement at nnbw.com.

Dog trainers in northern Nevada busier than ever

The COVID-19 pandemic caused many homeworkers to move rescue dogs to new homes, and now dog trainers in northern Nevada are seeing a surge in demand. For Dog Gone Amazing from Reno, private lessons are booked for three to four months.

Read more about the booming demand for dog trainers on nnbw.com.

Kaleb Roedel is a KUNR employee and reporter for Northern Nevada Business Weekly. For more business news, see the Northern Nevada Business Weekly at nnbw.com or in print on Wednesdays.

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