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About Nevada


Retirement Living in Nevada


Nevada is a Western U.S state defined by its wide expanses of desert, mountainous regions and grassy valleys. In addition, in Las Vegas, countless locals and tourists visit many 24-hour casinos and entertainment districts every year.


Active Adult Communities in Nevada are continuously growing in demand, all the more, thanks to the continuous development of local amenities, amazing world-class entertainment and high-end hotels and restaurants. Add these all up to affordable tax rates, picture perfect scenery and comfortable weather – this state is really one of the Top Retirement Destinations in the country.


These age-restricted communities provide their active adult homebuyers with attractive on-site amenities and affordable housing options. In addition, these 55+ neighborhoods have clubhouses which act as social hubs for community events and celebrations.


Nevada Climate and Geography is Ideal for Active Retirement


Nevada is the driest state in the United States. It’s surrounded by Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and California. Geographically speaking, this state is made up of sandy deserts, snow-capped mountains and grassy valleys. A big part of the northern area is within the Great Basin, a mild desert that experiences hot temperatures in the summer and cold temperatures in the winter. In general, Nevada has 172 mountain summits. In fact, this state ranks second in the country by number of mountains with Alaska taking the number one spot.


When it comes to the climate, a huge part of this place is composed of desert and semi-arid climate regions. The average temperature in Nevada is 57.30°F with temperatures rising up to 91°F in July and drops up to 21°F in January. On average, there are 252 sunny days per year, here. This same warm and mild climate is what drew a lot of active adults in various Retirement Communities scattered around the region.


Nevada offers Plenty of Recreation, Culture and Entertainment for Active Adults


The number one popular tourist destination in Nevada is of course, Las Vegas. With high-class hotels and restaurants, amazing local attractions and world-class entertainment – people from all over the world are flocking to this wondrous city. And this includes retirees from all over the country. A lot of 55+ Neighborhoods in Nevada are starting to develop thanks to the low cost of living and abundance of local attractions and entertainment.


But Nevada isn’t all just lights and nightlife. There are a lot more to this Silver State like the majestic Lake Tahoe, a huge freshwater lake which is quite popular for its gorgeous beaches and ski resorts. At the Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park, retirees can spend some leisure time in one of the different tourist areas here like the Sand Harbor, the Spooner Lake, etc.


Then there’s also Reno and Laughlin which are also popular resort spots. The Hoover Dam is located on the border between Nevada and Arizona. It’s the world’s biggest man-made reservoir and also one of the most notable local attractions in the state.


For arts and culture lovers, they can visit various art galleries and museums like the Nevada Musical Art Museum and the Nevada Northern Railway Museum. Car enthusiasts will find pleasure in the Don Laughlin Classic Car Collection.


Other amazing places to visit is the Great Basin National Park, the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and the Carson City.


Cost of Living and Taxes to Consider when Retiring to Nevada


The economy of Nevada relies primarily on tourism, especially on entertainment and gambling. Other industries include mining, cattle ranching and so on. The average cost of living here is $104.10. This is a bit higher than the U.S national average of $100.


The state of Nevada does not have a state income tax. Basically, these tax laws are intended to attract new residents and businesses to the state. In addition, there is no personal income tax or corporate income tax in this state. And that is why Active Adult Communities are thriving in this state.


Nevada Healthcare for those in Retirement


Most of the hospitals and medical centers are located in Las Vegas, this state’s capital city. Which is why a lot of 55+ Communities in Nevada are found in or near Vegas. Overall, there are around 30 hospitals available here. Some of them include: the Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center, the University Medical Center, Dignity Health St. Rose Dominican.


VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System provides complete health care services to veterans in the Southern Nevada and other nearby states.


Mountain View Hospital is a premium full-service hospital and ER in Las Vegas, which provides a wide range of medical services which include heart care, neurology treatment and diabetes education.