Property Management & Real Estate Blog

Is it time to get earthquake insurance?

The recent earthquakes in the California desert and felt in Las Vegas have many people worried if an earthquake can cause safety and property damage concerns right here in Las Vegas. After all, Nevada is one of the most seismically active states according to the US Geological Survey. Could a powerful enough earthquake strike in […]

Is it time to become a landlord?

With so much talk in the news about a healthy and steady real estate market in Las Vegas, what is happening in the rental market?  Many individuals are tenants, renting a home from a private party, through a management company or at an apartment complex.  What have landlord’s and tenants experienced over the last couple […]

What do you do if your tenant leaves behind personal belongings after they move out?

Whether a tenant moves out because their lease expired or other means, personal items, including furniture, may be left behind. Before you throw out the items left behind, viewing them as abandoned or unwanted, it’s best to check to see what Nevada law states! As a matter of fact, Nevada law discusses this type of […]

Do you need a property manager if you live out of state?

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 […]

Will Las Vegas run out of water?

If you have visited Lake Mead in recent months or years, there is no doubt that you have observed a lower than normal water level.  As a matter of fact, Lake Mead was at only 40% capacity in 2010 and the water level has continued to drop.  The water situation has brought on speculation that […]

Exciting Las Vegas developments driving local economy

There is no doubt that Las Vegas is experiencing a strong economy, solid job growth, an influx of new residents and exciting new developments throughout the city.  Here are some notable new developments within the Las Vegas valley that are taking shape: New Raiders Stadium: The nearly 2 billion dollar project is already making a […]

Rents rising fast in Las Vegas as Summer approaches

Rent affordability has become a common topic in the news, showcasing the current state of the Las Vegas rental market.  A market that is in demand and appreciating steadily.  And the trend seems to be continuing.  Single family homes have seen some of the highest appreciation rates, with condos and town homes following.  It is not […]