Property Management & Real Estate Blog

Las Vegas Rental Market – What will 2022 bring?

Another year. Another rising real estate and rental market. 2021 ended on a strong note, with rental prices at an all time high and the median sales price of an existing property approaching $450,000. The year defied expectations and appeared to set the stage for another year of appreciation. So, what can we expect with […]

Keep rodents away from your home!

The idea of rats or mice around your property may sound repulsive. At the same time, it may seem an unlikely encounter, especially in the desert. However, don’t let the dry desert climate fool you! Rats and mice are a common occurrence in Las Vegas! That’s right! While not everyone will encounter them, many have. […]

Is there enough land to accommodate Las Vegas growth?

It may appear that with thousands of residential properties built every year within the Las Vegas valley, land – or the lack of – may become an issue. However, builders have gotten creative in recent years to accommodate the demand for new housing. For example, one nationwide builder embarked on purchasing smaller parcels of land […]

Should I buy a rental property that needs repairs?

What exactly does the home inspection reveal? Are they overall minor issues that can be fixed easily? Will the seller be willing to repair those few items? If not, are they relatively a simple fix that won’t cost too much? While a list of repairs may at times look daunting, a closer look may reveal […]

September 2021 Real Estate Market Update: Is the market starting to cool?

September was another record setter in the Las Vegas valley! Both resale and rent values increased on average, adding to an already record setting year. The median price of a home rose to $406,500 according to Las Vegas Realtors. Rent values rose on average between 3-9% (Zumper). Though Las Vegas saw an increase in resale […]

The New Eviction Moratorium – What to do?

Well, here we go again. Another eviction moratorium. Many landlord’s we’re finally breathing a sigh of relief when it looked like things we’re going back to normal at the end of July. And for 2 days, things we’re technically back to normal. Until August 3. That’s when the CDC enacted a new eviction moratorium, that […]