Matthew and Kim Dâ€™Ercole
One Source Realty and Property Management
Buyer / Investor Specialist
Cell - 702.501.0973
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David Cooper Las Vegas Homes for Sale 702-499-7037
You can learn from my mistakes, but pricing has of a rental is only a small factor in attracting tennants. I would put location first, and newest of the property second.
Then it comes down to promotion and qualifying a tennant. This is NOT for agents who do this on a part-time basis.
David Cooper Investor 702-499-7037 also licensed buyers agent at Since 1917 Realty
I am a showing agent and can list your rental for rent. You do not need to use a property manager to find a renter.
Call me if you have questions.
Thanks Jan Ratzlaff
If you're looking for a good property manager, my broker/partner is highly recommended.
David Cooper Since 1917 Realty and Property Management 702-499-7037
From my personal experience: If you are asking around $1000- $1200 for a three to four bedroom home, with a garage, it has clean neutral colors, it will rent fairly quick.
We have plenty of qualified renters and lots of competition for decent places. When I do work with a renter, I always call the listing agent to make sure there aren't already applications twice (once before we go out there and again if they want to rent it). It's a good time to be a real estate investor.
I don't pretend I know what's going on with local apartment complexes or any of the deals that may or may not be for real over on Craigslist. Beware of scams if it's not in the MLS.
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