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Sun Oct 1, 2017
Dennis Shufflin asked:
Mature, friendly non-smoker with no bad habits or pets. Handyman/carpenter with tools. Apple computer expert. Very good with animals and gardening.

Looking for a quiet clean rental. Would…
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Fri Sep 29, 2017
Deanna Malone answered:
I am seeking a Section 8 Rental in Las Vegas, 2bdrm $650- $ 800.00. Oct the 9th picking up Voucher papers..I ported. I had a landlord but he gave it away I guess the porting took too long..I already turned in my 30 day notice, Now I am stuck without a Home. ... more
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Wed Sep 20, 2017
Leenieroa answered:
I'm an assistant for a real estate agent. The HOA package is all the information about the property's HOA and the demand is what dues the buyer would owe upon settlement (this is my understanding!). These are required -that the seller buy & provide them to the buyer - do after the contract is ratified and after the appraisal goes through! ... more
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Sat Sep 9, 2017
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Mon Aug 28, 2017
Mary Foss answered:
A rental/apartment 1 bedroom average electricty bill?
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Sun Aug 27, 2017
Christopher Alonzo McGee asked:
Thu Jul 13, 2017
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Tue Jul 11, 2017
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Tue Jul 4, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Your idea works nicely in theory but not in real life. The issue is let's say you found a rental that you can afford and is available. If you were to submit all your personal and financial information to a realtor or landlord and have him/her email you an application and you sign it, then the rental is yours. This includes you paying a fee for a credit and background check.

What's wrong with the above picture? You don't have a guarantee that the realtor or landlord will steal your personal or financial information for ID theft. Remember, you're out of town and this is how cons happen. If you're not there in person, you have no proof whether your information was stolen or not. It's your word against theirs.
Another issue - photos on real estate listings are typically stretched or distorted and never show or reveal anything that does not look good. When you see a rental in person, you will see everything - the good and the bad. When viewing listings online, all you see is the good pictures. You have no idea what is not being shown or hidden.
Finally, have you visited the neighborhood in person and visited the building from outside? Realtors and landlords are prohibited from giving opinions on categories protected by Fair Housing laws. Therefore, they cannot tell you what the neighborhood is like in terms of people living there, school quality and other issues that may or may not be important to you. You need to research the neighborhood you will live in. Suppose you don't like it? You signed a lease which means you're stuck living there whether you like it or not.
How does the building look from the outside? If it's not photogenic, it will never show up in real estate listings.

Back to your question. Hopefully I gave you a realistic picture why you should not sign a lease for a rental before you physically move to Las Vegas.
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Tue May 23, 2017
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Wed May 17, 2017
Kristen Stewart answered:
Hello my name is Kristen I'm an agent at Simply Vegas. I wanted to reach out to see if anyone has contacted you. Please feel free to email me if you still need help with your search or have any questions. KristenStewartRELV@gmail.com

Thank you
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Mon Mar 27, 2017
Kuga Adela answered:
Hello,
My name is Adela Kuga and I would like to know if any agent/investor is looking for General Contractor. Our company specializes in remodeling and rehab of REO properties as well as maintenance of rental properties . We are insured, bonded and licensed. Please let me know if you are looking for a GC or if there is a application for us to do business with you. Thank you.

Adela Kuga
Velja Contracting LLC
421 Brighton Rd 89145
Las Vegas NV
702-738-4031
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Wed Mar 22, 2017
Hank Lauzon answered:
Hello,

I would suggest starting with the Title Company that held escrow and handled the transaction. It was part of their responsibility to obtain a demand from the HOA stating what was due in Fees to bring the property up to date. It could be a simple communication issue...

I hope this helps... Good Luck...!!
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