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Tiffany, Renter in Las Vegas, NV

what is the deposits and is watter hoa sewer etc covered in the rent?

Asked by Tiffany, Las Vegas, NV Mon Oct 3, 2011

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Hello Tiffany,
Most of the time when you're renting a condo the water, trash and HOA fees are not your responsiblity as a renter. The owner will pay them because they are attached to the condo. What I mean by that is that if those three items are not paid in time they can have a lien put on the property and no one wants that to happen.

Penny O'Brien with Simply Vegas
3042 S. Durango
Las Vegas, NV 89117
Penny@PennysProperties.com
702.321.9383
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Oct 4, 2011
Most condos and/or condo cinversions water is included in rent/HOA. You will
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Matt and Kim
501.0973
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Tiffany
I just looked up the property on MLS and it is in Contingent (C) Status.They have taken a contract on the property. The fees were $35.00 Application fee. $ 695.00 Security and a $300 Pet deposit. It did not say if the water,sewer or HOA was covered in the rent. I hope this helped. In some cases you can own a unit like this cheaper than it costs to rent it. Just a thought.
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Suzie Marquardt
Fahrnyteam@yahoo.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Oct 3, 2011
1 month rent and cleaning deposit (both refundable). The hoa of $200 is included but water is not. Call me for additional questions. 702-458-8888 Marissa
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