Property Management & Real Estate Blog

Real Estate: A Year in Review

As we transition to a new year, we look back on a year that is, by all standards, far from any norm for any of us. While the year started on a “normal” note, it quickly changed to one of mask wearing and economic instability all amidst a rising housing market. Really, it has defied […]

Las Vegas Real Estate Market Update – November 2020

Another month. Another record. Despite a pandemic and struggling economy, the Las Vegas housing market continues to rise and remain in demand. November 2020 saw yet another record in the median price of a single family home – $345,000 according to the local Las Vegas Realtors Association. As in previous months, inventory remained low with […]

How to Avoid Disputes in Property Management

Running a property management company is not the easiest job out there. Yes, there are a number of moving pieces. For those familiar with property management, you know all too well that when managing a house, your involved in the advertising and leasing process but also the day to day management – the inspections, the […]

How to Avoid a Rental Scam!

Why is the real estate market rising in Las Vegas?

The Las Vegas housing market has hit another high! In October, the median price for a resale single family home hit $340,200 (according to Las Vegas Realtors)! What is causing prices to rise, especially now amidst a pandemic and suffering economy? And can these high prices be maintained? Limited Inventory One factor affecting prices is […]

Is Buying a Brand New Rental Property a Good Idea?

With a shortage of inventory in the Las Vegas real estate market, more and more owners are turning to brand new properties to invest in. Of course, the difference is price. On average, brand new homes in Las Vegas have a median sales price of nearly $100K over existing inventory. So, is it worth the […]

Landlord and Tenant Tips: How To Avoid An Eviction! COVID-19

The eviction moratorium has been lifted in Nevada effective October 15, 2020. As a result, late payment notices and 7 day pay or quit notices are starting to be served. Of course, for Landlords experiencing a lack of rent, this is news they have been waiting for. For tenants behind on payments due to financial […]