Hi Tom. In regards to a Realtor or Real Estate Agent helping a tenant find a home to rent usually the Owner/Landlord pays a referral fee to the Agent for bringing them a suitable tenant.
This referral fee is normally paid upon the tenant passing a credit check, signing the lease and submitting any deposits for the property.
So basically the tenant gets the full services of a Realtor representing them without having to pay for these services. Hope this helps!... more
Hello Tanya! Yes, one agent would be able to assist you in showing any properties that are available for showing, and submitting the offers you'd like to make.
I would love to assist you with your home buying process.
Wardley Real Estate
Talk to your roommate. If you talk it out, you may find some middle ground or can make plans for one roommate to move out and find a someone to sublet if allowable in your lease terms.
If both of your names are on the lease, you are co-tenants and have equal right to remain in the lease. This means you likely won't be able to evict a roommate.
If your roommate is sublessee... If you subletted a room to your roommate you may be able to use eviction procedures to legally disassociate your roommate from the apartment, and the lease.
Beware of "joint and several" liability. If you look at the boiler plate language on your lease you may notice a clause that states that co-tenants are "jointly and severally liable" for making rent payments. This means that each tenant is technically liable to pay the entire portion of the rent. If a co-tenant does not pay their portion of rent then fellow roommates may have a legal action for non-payment.
I recommend you get a referral for a Real Estate attorney in your area to speak with regarding the situation.
You might have to wait a couple of years. There are variables to that so each situation can be different. Hereafter, it is important that you keep all other payments current to increase your likelihood of future financing.
I would be happy to discuss with you. In addition to representing buyers and sellers, I do property management and can assist you with rentals.
Las Vegas is not at all "spooky". In fact it can be very pleasant, depending on where you live.
Is it noisy? I think so. Every public place, restaurant, bar, casino, even the grocery store has slot machines and the constant "ding, ding, ding. ding" and circus music never goes away.... more
Call me with what you're into, I'll give you plenty of ideas of where to go, what to do, who to see..you're in the action/fun capital of the world.
One Source Realty and Management
Cell - 702.501.0973
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It's probably a good idea to call the utility companies yourself . There are alot of variables . If you have the address of the property they can give you an average of the current utility usage . Is the house single story ? Is there a pool? Are the appliances gas or electric ?you question is too vague and should really be something answered by the utility companies . Realtors don't typically have this information but rather refer you to the source that does . So call the utility companies and find out.... more
Yes,I am familiar with area
The HOA covers management,ground,water , sewer and recrecreationa areas.There are 3 pools,tennis courts,club house and exircise room as well as gate with security guard.There are two different Management companies that manage in Vistana-RMI management and Vistana HOA.About 7123 S.Durango Unir 210 ,property is already in contingent status which means went under contract with buyer.
If you need more information please call me@702 292 1156... more
You can contact the listing agent who will be able to help you learn more about that specific property (and probably will know a lot about similar properties in the area). To find an agent, just click on the yellow button on the property's Trulia listing and you will be able to start a dialogue.
Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help with anything else. I am happy to be a resource for you. Good luck with the search!
Ali, Trulia Voices Community Manager... more
Summerlin and Centennial Hills both sit higher than the rest of the city. So those areas normally don't have flood issues. There are flood zones everywhere in Las Vegas. Check the grading of the home you are interested in to make sure water won't run into the home.
VIP Realty Group
Taxes in NV are about 1%. $130,000 house is approximately $1300/year or about $100+/- per month. Insurance is anywhere from $30-$200 depending on what you choose to cover for interior belongings and replacement of the home it it were totally damaged. Gas (we cook and generate hot water and heating with gas in Vegas) is about $20 per month and about $60-$75 in the winter months (all these approximations are for a newer home built after 2000), electric will be $60 regularly-$250 in the summer. Water and sewer is about $50 regularly and in the summer about $150. I hope this helps.... more