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April Dillon, Renter in Las Vegas, NV

IT SHOWS RED JUST BESIDE THIS PROP,

Asked by April Dillon, Las Vegas, NV Fri May 10, 2013

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Do you have a specific question? I'd like to help, but not sure what you are asking.

Steve
1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri May 10, 2013
I think the question is relating to the crime map of the area that is a service here on trulia. When looking at a property you can scroll down the page and look further at the area by choosing to see the nearby amenities, schools, transportation, and crime. The crime graph maps areas in red (being a high crime area), orange, yellow, and then green (being a low crime area). The person is concerned about there being red in the area they are looking. Been looking for a rental home for two months now with no luck..but becoming quite a pro at these rental pages. :P
Flag Wed May 15, 2013
Hello,

If you're referring to the crime heatmap in the "Local Info" section of the page then that means higher crimes have been committed in that area.

What is really cool is that you can see this same information not only on the web but on mobile too!

http://www.trulia.com/mobile/iphone/
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Oct 7, 2013
I do not understand the question?. You need a realtor to assist you? A buyer's agent/realtor does not charge you Please call me (994-4849) and I can help you get a home
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri May 10, 2013
I think the question is relating to the crime map of the area that is a service here on trulia. When looking at a property you can scroll down the page and look further at the area by choosing to see the nearby amenities, schools, transportation, and crime. The crime graph maps areas in red (being a high crime area), orange, yellow, and then green (being a low crime area). The person is concerned about there being red in the area they are looking. Been looking for a rental home for two months now with no luck..but becoming quite a pro at these rental pages. :P
Flag Wed May 15, 2013
You're looking at "red" undeveloped property ... the question is: "what will become developed there?"

No REALTOR will know for certain, but by the probability of what's nearby,likely some sort of low to mid density residential at some point.

http://robflitton.com/buy-a-las-vegas-home/
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri May 10, 2013
I think the question is relating to the crime map of the area that is a service here on trulia. When looking at a property you can scroll down the page and look further at the area by choosing to see the nearby amenities, schools, transportation, and crime. The crime graph maps areas in red (being a high crime area), orange, yellow, and then green (being a low crime area). The person is concerned about there being red in the area they are looking. Been looking for a rental home for two months now with no luck..but becoming quite a pro at these rental pages. :P
Flag Wed May 15, 2013
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