2018 Washoe County home sales by zip code

Methodology

Washoe County, Nevada encompasses 41 zip codes, however many of these zip codes are for P.O. boxes only and contain no homes. The analysis below applies to only those zip codes containing homes. Data in the charts and tables below covers both site/stick built and condo/townhouse sales in Washoe County, Nev. for the 2018 year. Data excludes manufactured/modular homes.

Additionally, due to very low number of total annual sales in the following zip codes: 89442 (Wadsworth — 4 sales); 89402 (Crystal Bay — 5 sales); 89439 (Verdi — 19 sales); and 89510 (Pyramid Lake – 27 sales), these zip codes have been excluded from the rankings charted below.

To see all the zip codes within Washoe County click here.

For an interactive zip code boundary map for Washoe County click here. Use the + and – buttons to zoom in and out, respectively, on the map.


How did home sales in 2018 compare across Washoe County’s zip codes? Let’s take a look.

Number of Homes Sold

Of the nearly 7,200 houses and condos sold throughout Washoe County in 2018, five zip codes accounted for half of the units sold.

The table below shows the top zip codes in terms of unit sales. 89436 (Wingfield Springs) in Sparks, Nevada took the top spot (as it also did the previous year) with 936 home sales in 2018.

Highest Median Sales Price

The table below shows the top zip codes in terms of median sales price in 2018. 89451 (Incline Village, Nevada) took the top spot in the county with a median sales price of $750,000. In the Reno-Sparks metro area, 89511 (Reno – South Suburban and Southwest Suburban) took the top spot with a median sales price of $715,000 for 2018 — double the median for the county as a whole in 2018. [Note: Washoe County’s 2018 median sales price was $355,000.]

Lowest Median Sales Price

The table below shows the zip codes with the lowest median sales price in 2018. With a median sales price of $220,000, zip code 89512 (Reno – North) exhibited the lowest median sales price in the county.

Home Price Appreciation

For the year, home prices in Washoe County increased 10.9 percent overall year-over-year. However, this increase was not uniform across all areas.

The table below shows the top zip codes in terms of year-over-year median sales price increase. 89501 (Reno – Downtown Core) took the top spot with a nearly 22 percent year-over-year sales price increase — twice the 2018 median sales price for the county as a whole.

Data Set

The table below shows the data for all Washoe County Zip Codes. Click on the table to enlarge.

Have additional questions regarding home sales by Washoe County Zip Codes? Post your question in the comment below. And thank you for reading!


Note: The home price reported above covers the zip codes of Washoe County, Nevada. Residential data includes Site/Stick Built and Condo/Townhouse properties only. Data excludes Manufactured/Modular and Shared Ownership properties. Data courtesy of the Northern Nevada Regional MLS – January 10, 2018. This information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.

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3 Responses to 2018 Washoe County home sales by zip code

  1. Avatar Catherine says:

    Do you have access to the Incline MLS? Most Incline and Crystal Bay listings go through there rather than NNRMLS

  2. Avatar Guy Johnson says:

    Hello Catherine. Thank you for your comment. That is a great point. Yes, I do have access to the Incline MLS. I will check its data and get back to you. Thanks again. – Guy

  3. Avatar Guy Johnson says:

    Hi Catherine,

    I pulled 2018 sales from the Incline Village MLS, and, yes, there were considerably more sales recorded for Incline and Crystal Bay through that MLS than through NNRMLS. Here’s what I found…

    • 2018 Incline Village sales: 230 units sold; with a median sales price of $1,213,750
    • 2018 Crystal Bay sales: 13 units sold; with a median sales price of $1,500,000

    Thank you for pointing that out.

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