Las Vegas Real Estate: A Renter’s Market
If you are relocating to the Las Vegas area you may not be ready to purchase another home. In that case, renting or leasing may be the perfect solution. The apartment market in Las Vegas peaked in 2005 but occupancy rates have decreased since then. The current market conditions provide you with plenty of choice, whether you’re looking for an apartment, townhome, high-rise, condo or single-family home. Better yet, rental rates in the area are not only very affordable, they are at a four-year low. Las Vegas is a renter's market, and our online Las Vegas relocation guide is the perfect place to start.
The surest way to stay in compliance while at your rental is to always keep your lease handy to reference often. Know your rights, know the rights of the property owner, take the right course of action when needed, and you will be Read More...
Some find themselves needing an "in between" place of living. They are not ready to purchase but also not ready to rent which is a common occurrence with people relocating to new cities for their jobs. You might be expected to hit the Read More...
Before You Rent
Before you sign any rental agreement, be sure you’ve been given a tour of the exact home or apartment that you’re going to rent and not a model. If there are any problems with the house or apartment you’ll be moving into, provide a Read More...
What Your New Landlord Requires
You’ve spent days, weeks, even months searching, weighing your options, and deciding on the property you will rent; you will want to get settled into your new home as soon as possible. Luckily, many buildings offer Read More...