Many homeowner’s and investors with rental properties in Las Vegas live out of state and self-manage their properties. It’s a way for them to save having to pay a management fee. However, are there requirements under Nevada law when living out of state while at the same time owning properties in Las Vegas? You might be surprised!
NRS 118A.260 states that a landlord shall disclose to a tenant in writing at or before the commencement of the tenancy “a telephone number at which a responsible person who resides in the county or within 60 miles of where the premises are located may be called in case of emergency.”
While some owners may have a designated contact who can handle this responsibility, others may not. A property manager can certainly meet that requirement under Nevada law while at the same time be your eyes and ears for the property, handle those emergencies and inspect the home.
So, be sure to stay compliant with Nevada Revised Statutes and contact Nicklin Property Management for a free proposal and rent estimate.
Contributed by Nicklin Property Management.
Adrian Frankfurter is a marketing director and licensed property manager for over 10 years with Nicklin Property Management.