Along with the Clark County foreclosure trends, statistics, housing data and demographics, you can review every preforeclosure, foreclosure or bank owned property by selecting a city or ZIP code in Clark County from the list below. For further information on specific foreclosure properties we recommend working with DAVID COOPER. CALL 7024997037
Top Foreclosure ZIP codes in Clark County
89014 89108 89015 89121 89110 89030 89101 89117 89115 89119 89123
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Rothwell Gornt Companies
With a little math on your part, you can also tell which are the best rental areas by looking at the absorption rate. To get the absorption rate from my stats, divide the total units rented by 12 to get the number of units rented per month. Then divide the total available units by the units rented per month.
The stronger rental areas will have about a 1 month's supply while the weaker rental markets will be closer to a 2 or more month's supply.
For a more comprehensive overview and detailed analysis, please contact us at:
The Stewart Team
Joe & Linda Stewart
Realty Executives of Nevada
1925 Village Center Circle Suite 150
Las Vegas, NV 89134
(800) 786-7942 Toll Free
(702) 313-8100 Direct
(702) 251-5803 Fax
South Las Vegas/Henderson: East of 15, West of 95, South of Sunset.
West side: West of Rainbow, South of Craig Road, North of Blue Diamond Road
We have some other very important ways of picking areas for our investors. We manage over 350 homes and condos for our investors for the last 18 years. My wife and I work as a team for our buyers no matter what your budget.
One Source Realty and Management
Cell - 702.501.0973
Website - http://matthewsellslasvegas.las.mlxchange.com
I think most zip codes will have properties with good ROI potential but I have a few that I prefer. Feel free to review my background and some info that I have posted about investing in Las Vegas. If you are comfortable working with me, give me a call or an email and I can talk to you in more detail about your investment.
Wardley Real Estate
Glad to hear your are interested in Las Vegas real estate a an investment. There are some great opportunities available. My first question would ask what type of return you are looking for. The second would ask if you are interested in straight cash flow or a mixture of both potential future appreciation and cash flow. My opinion is to stay at least within the 1% rule. Purchase a 100k property with a minimum 1k in rent per month. You can do much better than that in different areas of the city. I would watch out for Realtors that use ROI numbers and have no idea of how to calculate it. I am a Certified Investor Agent Specialist and can help you gauge your true ROI. That means putting in reserves for vacancy etc. Remember that the most important part of investing is to know your strategy of how to get out of the property before getting into it! If you would like to speak about your options please contact me directly. I wish you the best on your new venture!
Wynn Realty Group
They all have different criteria, pricing and ROI....
Please call me.....We can discuss this in more detail and I can offer you some suggestions.
Hank Lauzon III
Exit Las Vegas Realty Center
6600 W. Charleston #119
Las Vegas, Nv 89146
Web : http://www.HanksLVRealestate.com
Never look down on anybody...unless you're helping them up.