My suggestion is that you read the lease, make sure you understand everything and all the ramifications of signing and ask questions about anything you don't understand. The time to negotiate your lease is before you sign. The other alternative is to work with an agent and have them do all the work for you!
John J. Longeway
Keller Williams Realty Southern Nevada
So, in the spirit of that 1st most important piece of advice, some things to be aware of are:
*Does your "Tenant's Agent," work for a reputable company?
*Does your "Tenant's Agent," have experience?
*Do you feel comfortable working with your, "Tenant's Agent?"
*Does your "Tenant's Agent," behave in a courteous and professional manner, (do they respond when you call)?
I can continue this list forever, but the most important part of my response to this question is to highlight the idea that if you were a medical patient looking for some complicated medical procedure; your first best move would not be to become educated on that medical procedure. Your first best move would be to FIND a competent qualified Medical Professional.
Real Estate works the same way. Find yourself a competent qualified Real Estate Professional that you are comfortable working with and who you TRUST, and allow them to do their job.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Robert K. Peddicord
Real Estate Consultant
Prudential Americana Group, REALTORS®
Direct: (702) 218-3974
E-Fax: (702) 317-3371
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Web : http://www.peddicordconsulting.com
871 Coronado Center Dr.
Henderson, NV 89052