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Henderson : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Oct 8, 2017
Clsandoval65 asked:
this is for long term rental per month as well as airbnb short term if legal
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Mon Oct 2, 2017
Jenifer Kynor, TurboTenant answered:
It depends on your credit. Different landlords will have different qualifications. For example, my company recommends a 560 as an approval. There is more to it though, credit is just one of the many components. A lot of rentals require 3X the monthly rent, no criminal record etc, and various minimums for credit score. The best thing to do is be honest and upfront, ask these questions initially and if the landlord says you meet their qualifications, it is worth applying. If you don't they should tell you before applying to a property you'd be denied.

I suggest you check out this article, it breaks down exactly what landlords are looking for when approving or denying an applicant. I think it will really help!

I hope this helps!
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Sun Oct 1, 2017
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Thu Sep 21, 2017
Mollychristine368 answered:
Verde Viejo is not as nice a complex as Spanish Gardens. Also, they are much closer to the busy street of Warm Springs, so they hear a lot more traffic noise.

The condos at Spanish Gardens are bigger, and nicer. That's why. ... more
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Wed Sep 6, 2017
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Sat Sep 2, 2017
Dean Meek asked:
We have a back up offer we want to proceed with, but want things done correctly. It's clearly stated RPA terminated w/o further notice.
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Tue Aug 29, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
An appraiser will not look at or use any online appraisal, most are off, some are way off. The appraiser will look at the home and use the 3 most comparable sales and listings and adjust for any differences. ... more
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Thu Aug 24, 2017
Moosedogbelle asked:
Thu Aug 24, 2017
Hank Lauzon answered:
Hello Quiznette,

It sounds reasonably priced compared to other units that you have looked at but investors have specific criteria that they look for when purchasing assets.

Cap rates and ROI (Return on Investment) are two of the items they will scrutinize along with the condition of the property and possible appreciation for a future transaction.

Also, there may be rental restrictions in your development that can hinder or enhance the sale of the property.

Please contact me when you have a moment and we can run a Comparative Market Analysis on the unit and see what the rents are going for.
From that point, we will set up a strategy and create a win/win situation for everyone involved...!

Hank Lauzon

"Never look down on anybody...unless you're helping them up"
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Tue Aug 1, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
When that happens, it is first the buyers call to appeal the appraisal and try to get it fixed. They can pay the difference between appraised value and contract price. Or they can ask the seller to reduce. If you ask the seller to reduce, they can take the home off the market ... more
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Mon Jul 17, 2017
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Thu Jul 6, 2017
C7residences asked:
the 1st photo on Trulia. How do I push that photo back where it belongs as 18th. The 2nd photo needs to be the 1st. Thanks.
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Sun Jul 2, 2017
Rick Boyd answered:
Extremely upper scale. It sits on the south edge of LV/Henderson off of Green Valley Pkwy.
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Thu Jun 29, 2017
Gflore1010 answered:
As a tenant, I left my rental property in great condition with no damage or need for cleaning. The carpet was cleaned. My security deposit was returned minus quite a few deductions without receipts. The owner did not think the professional cleaning of the carpet met his requirements and said he had it done again. He has had work done made several deductions and not provided any work receipts . The residence is in South Florida. What must I do to get my full deposit back which I badly need. I assume I must go to small claims court. ... more
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Tue Jun 13, 2017
Dean69 asked:
Experienced California agent for 8 years moving to Henderson. I'm looking for a good company to work for that doesn't stick you for a ton of fees.
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Sat May 20, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
As a former realtor, you need to learn that landlords / property managers have insurance policies that will NOT cover liability for pets - especially specific breeds of dogs. It has nothing to do with how well trained your dog is. It has to do with liability issues and what their insurance policy covers and does not cover.

What you CAN DO: Contact several insurance companies and ask about pet insurance for a rental. Shop around to compare rates. Unfortunately, you will need to pay the premiums. Then once your pet is insured for liability and damage, landlords will accept you. You may also need a Good Canine Certificate.

Beware: Pet insurance especially for specific dog breeds like Rottweilers is very expensive. You need to prepare yourself if you get sued because in a rental, you might.
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