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Wed Sep 30, 2015
Amelia Robinette answered:
Scorpions in NY?

You should contact an attorney or a tenant advocate in your area to review the lease and advise you of the consequences of breaking your lease. Most cities have tenant legal aid offices, each jurisdiction has different landlord/tenant laws, so finding someone local is important. ... more
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Sat Sep 26, 2015
Robert W Neill Jr answered:
Are you planning to buy a house in NV?
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Sun Aug 23, 2015
gwenevere Smith answered:
It has always been status quo that commission is 3 1/2 - 6 % of the sale.
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Wed Aug 19, 2015
Ken Kim answered:
There are listings in the MLS called "Courtesy Listings" where the Realtor puts the listing in, but the property is being managed by a owner-landlord. You may have success paying a few months up front or giving a large security deposit.

If you need help, feel free to contact me. I can search the available listings for you and save you a ton of headache.



Ken Tierney
TR Realty
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Wed Jul 22, 2015
Robert Adams answered:
It will depend on what is on your credit as to whether the property manager or home owner will allow it. Typically they want to see that you pay your rent, meaning you do not have evictions or judgements from past landlords.

If you have a difficult scenario it is best to be upfront with them and see if your scenario will even be considered prior to spending money on application fees etc.

Best of luck.
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Tue Jul 14, 2015
Nicole Ryan answered:
Don't do it, it's probably a scam especially if you found it on Craigslist. I would go to the county website and do a property search on this property you are about to lease. Be very weary of anyone asking you to send money through moneygram or western union. ... more
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Thu Jul 9, 2015
Jackson Willis answered:
The best way to find answers to these questions is to talk to the seller or realtor. MY best guess would be that it does have water, and that it does run off of city gas. It just makes sense to assume that is the case. If this isn't the case it will probably be documented fairly well so that you're aware of the difference. As far as HVAC goes though, there's not as much of a guarantee. It's very likely that there is an HVAC unit, but that doesn't mean that it's guaranteed, and you'll definitely have to ask to find out about this.
http://www.fredsplumbing.ca/fireplaces_and_furnaces.html
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Sun Jun 28, 2015
Robert Adams answered:
I would use Kalani Lewis. You can contact him directly via the rental page here: http://www.lvrealestatehelp.com/property-management--rental-search.html
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Sun Jun 28, 2015
Robert Adams answered:
A lot of Landlords will not accept pitbulls. Disclose it to the LL before submitting the application and app fee to see if they will even consider it. If they will then submit the app. If not then you just saved yourself some money and move on to the next.

I have pit as well and he is 13 years old. Best dog I have ever had. the problem is there are a lot of pit owners that don't raise them right so they have rep for destroying properties or attacking other animals/people and causing law suites. most PM companies and Property owners do not want that liability.

I also recommend getting an insurance policy that covers the dog. You can provide this to the owner and try to easy their fears.

Best of luck!
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Mon Jun 22, 2015
Crystal Elijah-Ramos - Vegas Born Realtor answered:
In the state of Nevada the lease runs with the property. This means they can not change your rental rate until your lease is up. 45 days before the lease ends they can send you a rate change. If your on a month to month basis they still need to send you 45 days notice of the change. Born and raised in Las Vegas, I have been a property manager for over 15 years. Please contact me with any other questions.


Crystal Elijah-Ramos
Signature Gallery of Homes
Buyers, Sellers, Renter, Investments, Foreclosures
Cell 702-353-0921
www.crystalsellsvegas.com
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Fri May 29, 2015
Amelia Alexander asked:
Does anyone have a 2 bed 1 or 2 bath condo for rent across the street from Centennial hills hospital ? I'm downsizing from a 3 bed 3 bath home to a 1 or 2 bedroom condo in the 89149…
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Thu May 21, 2015
Joan Fitton answered:
Mesquite has several 55+ communities. Sun City has resales as low as 179,900 for a 1200 SF home. AFter that, the prices rise to 199k. The other 55+ communities are Highland Fairways (priced from 190k to about 245k); Sienna Townhomes (in the mid to upper 160s); Mesa Hills, Shadow Crest and Sun Crest (all in excess of 250k and typically 350k-450k). ... more
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Tue May 19, 2015
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
I suggest you reach out to a local agent - local in Las Vegas.

You can check trulia's agent directory under BROWSE at the top of the page
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Sun May 17, 2015
Nathan Lipsi answered:
Honestly I would look for Private rental listings on craigslist for example. Rentals that are not listed with a broker or management company. They usually have too many regulations and hoops to jump through such as provide a credit report or criminal background check. If you are really willing to pay a year upfront, it shouldn't be too difficult to get a private landlord, just someone listing a house/condo for rent on their own, to work with you.

Good Luck with everything!
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Wed Apr 22, 2015
Noah Seidenberg answered:
You need to talk to a lender. A lender can help repair your credit and figure out what would work for your situation.
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Tue Apr 21, 2015
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Fri Apr 17, 2015
Aaron and Cheree Tiry answered:
Have you checked out the "rent" section at the top of Trulia? There may be something in there. Otherwise you could also check Craigslist.com to see what they have for posted for rentals. ... more
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Mon Apr 13, 2015
Alfred and Petra Krolzyk answered:
I am a Realtor serving the Las Vegas Valley and can help you with that. Please send me an email to lasvegassunhomes@gmail.com
Do you have pets, do you have issues with your credit score?
You can additionally check out the property search on my website:
http://www.lasvegassunhomes.com/Search-Homes

Petra
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Mon Mar 30, 2015
Mike Parish answered:
Post a copy of your lease so "we" may be enabled to (review) such and advise you in a manner we (personally) may proceed. Many of us have attorneys, along with other resources, augmenting our abilities to direct people such as yourself; however, we're not able to offer legal advice upon this site...nor elsewhere...because we're not licensed attorneys:( ... more
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