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A Beginner's Guide to Investing in Las Vegas Real Estate

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It seems like only the ultra-rich can invest in property. In reality, that's not the case.The good news is, if you want to start investing in Las Vegas real estate and expand your investment portfolio, there's nothing stopping you.But how do you get started in the overwhe...

How to Conduct Renter Screening for Your Property

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According to the Federal Trade Commission, a landlord must conduct a renter screening and consumer report background check before renting an apartment or building.That is because you want to ensure that you are renting to a good tenant and not someone who will destroy the place o...

Should I sell?

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I know that you are being bombarded with emails, phone calls, texts and letters from Realtors encouraging you to sell.Our inventory is at an all-time low and this goes for both homes for rent and homes for sale.Back in the spring of 2004, our market started going crazy. Builders ...

3 Reasons Renter's Insurance Works

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The average premium for renter’s insurance has fallen in recent years. In 2017 alone, it fell by 2.7%. With premiums dropping, now is a great time to consider requiring your tenants to carry a renter’s insurance policy.This can provide many benefits for both you and y...

How to Advertise a Rental Property in Las Vegas, NV

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There are more renters in the US today than there have been since 1965.If you have a rental property, the pool of potential tenants is large. But how do you advertise your rental property to attract the right ones, especially in a diverse place like Las Vegas?You can adverti...

Las Vegas Property Owner's Guide to Lease Renewals

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The rental vacancy rate in the US was 6.8% in mid-2019. That's as low as it's been since the 1980s.When your rental property is empty, you're losing potential income. So if you have great tenants, keeping them in your property means more money for you.In order to keep...

PROS AND CONS OF A MONTH-TO-MONTH AND ANNUAL LEASING

PROS AND CONS OF A MONTH-TO-MONTH AND ANNUAL LEASING
MONTH-TO-MONTHProsLandlords- if you rented your home at a low rate and you find out this later, in the one to one month lease you can increase the rent without having to wait 12 months.Tenant- if you are looking for a premise for a short period of time, this is a great option. Al...
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