Northern Nevada boasts not only world-renowned Lake Tahoe but an abundance of natural beauty, majestic scenery and modern amenities combining to provide an exceptional quality of life for residents. Mountainous lakes and rivers, vast stretches of fields of alfalfa and rolling desert landscapes, a moderate four season climate, affordable housing, a Tier 1 University, a diversified economy and clean, fresh air, make this is a picture perfect place to call home. Situated close to the major west coast metropolitan areas and international airports, the region offers convenience for both travelers and distribution of goods.
Headquartered in the Silver State’s capital, NVEB-5 is conveniently located in the Carson City, Nevada approximately 31 miles south of Reno, 25 miles east of Lake Tahoe, and San Francisco, CA is approximately a 4 hour drive to the west. Urban shopping and international travel are just minutes away–so is world class ski resorts, golf courses and virtually any kind of outdoor summer or winter activity you can imagine.
The NVEB-5 is a USCIS approved EB-5 Regional Center whose geographic boundaries encompass 3 counties within the State of Nevada (Carson City, Douglas County and Lyon County). Portions of this area have been designated a TEA (Targeted Employment Area defined as a high-unemployment or rural areas) requiring a minimum EB-5 investment of only US $900,000, instead of $1,800,000 for investments outside of a TEA.
Carson City encompasses 144.66 square miles with a population of 55,414. There are 22,461 households with an average per household income of $52,034.
Douglas County –Gardnerville/Minden
Douglas County encompasses 709.72 square miles with a population of 48,467. There are 20,579 households with an average per household income of $62,503.
Lyon County –Dayton/Smith Valley/Yerington/Fernley
Lyon County encompasses 2,001.19 square miles with a population of 55,808. There are 20,528 households with an average per household income of $55,493.
Quality of Life
The three county area of Carson City, Douglas County and Lyon County offers residence an extremely diverse landscape and culture. From world renowned Lake Tahoe to the vast alfalfa fields of Smith Valley, the area offers exceptional quality of life experiences.
Annual temperatures range from an average high of 38 F in January to an average high of 77 F in July.
Housing Average Median Home Price: 2019
Carson City $242,200
Douglas County $346,500