Rentals in Nevada
Renters account for 423,942, or 42.80% of the occupied homes in Nevada and home owners account for 57.20%. The average household size of rented homes is 2.69 persons in Nevada. The average rent for an apartment in Nevada in the last 12 months has been $1432. The average rents for a 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bed apartments have been $1034, $1294, and $1608 respectively.
The capitol of Nevada is Carson City and the population of Nevada is 2,700,551. The most populated cities in Nevada are Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson, North Las Vegas, and Sparks.
Weather and Climate
Nevada is located out west and has semiarid and humid continental climates. Summer temperatures average around 92 degrees for the high and 58 for the low. Average winter temperatures average at a high of 46 degrees and 25 for the low. Nevada has an annual average snowfall of 21.8 inches, and little rainfall with only 9.5 inches of annual precipitation.
The median age in Nevada is 36.3 years, with men averaging at 35.8 years and women 36.9, where half the population is male and the other half female. Nevada is home to 1,175,070 households, and if you are one of them, you can expect to earn $51,001 in annual income, which is the state average. There are 11.1% of Nevadans in poverty, and 22.60% of its population does not have any health care coverage or insurance.
Sports Universities and Education
The University of Nevada, College of Southern Nevada, and Great Basin College are just three of many Nevada colleges and universities. Nevada has 24.4% of its population enrolled in college or university and 14.3% of the population have a bachelor's degree. It has no major league sports.
Industry and Employment
Top Nevadan industries include tourism, mining, machinery, printing and publishing, food processing, and electrical equipment. There are 1,196,894 employed residents, but 9.30% of Nevada's population is unemployed. Nevada residents drive on average 23.30 minutes to work each day.