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How to Screen Potential Tenants in Las Vegas, NV

When you’re managing your own rental property, you need to know how to screen potential tenants. It’s important to get someone into your property as soon as it becomes vacant, but you want to make sure you get a good tenant who will pay on time and take care of the h...

What Are Typical Las Vegas Property Management Fees?

If you’re thinking about hiring a professional property management company, your first question will probably be about cost. Today, we’re talking about the cost of property management. Rental Management FeesNo matter what company you hire, your Las Vegas property man...

Your Tenant Stopped Paying Rent – What Do You Do? Las Vegas, NV

If you’re a self-managing landlord and your tenant fails to pay rent, what do you do? Our recommendation is that you immediately serve a Five Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit. The eviction process in Nevada is fast and straightforward. Five Day Notice to Pay Rent or QuitWhen...

How Often Should You Inspect Rental Property | Las Vegas Investor Tips

At Avalon Realty and Oaktree Management, we provide full service Las Vegas property management. One of the questions owners ask us most frequently is – how often should a rental property inspection take place? They also want to know about our reasons for inspecting a ren...

How Regrouting Can be a Cost-Effective Way to Change a Room

How Regrouting Can be a Cost-Effective Way to Change a Room
Great Home Project: How to Regrout Your Tile Do you really need to put in new flooring for your bathroom to get a fresh new look? Instead, try regrouting your bathroom, or even your kitchen's backsplash for a cheap and attractive look. Check out the tips below on what you ne...

DIY Las Vegas Rental Property Security Tips & Crime Statistics

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Does your home have an alarm system? If so, how often do you take the time to use it? While you might feel safe enough in your home and neighborhood not to bother with your alarm, the truth is that there’s a burglary every 18 seconds in the United States. That means there...