How to find a private owner who keeps up their property. Offers decent maintenance. And cares about the rentals.

Asked by Whatsyourline1, Saint George, UT Wed Jun 19, 2013

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Maria Cipoll…, Agent, Coral Springs, FL
Thu Jun 20, 2013

Under most states and local laws, landlords must offer and maintain housing that satisfies basic habitability requirements, such as adequate weather proofing, available heat, smoke detectors, a clean, sanitary and structurally safe premises. An experienced real estate agent can assist you to find the right place and can ensure that all these issues are included in your lease agreement.

Best of Luck,

Maria Cipollone
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Robert Adams, Agent, Henderson, NV
Thu Jun 27, 2013
Contact Kalani Lewis at 702-769-6391 or

He specializes in rentals.

Or fill out this free rental search form, he will get your info and respond to you directly:…

Hope this is helpful.

Best Regards,
Robert Adams
The Adams Team at
Rothwell Gornt Companies
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Lucy Pinon, Agent, 89169, NV
Thu Jun 20, 2013
You can look in the traditional ads. But, I recommend you, at the least use a professional realtor to help you. In recent years there have been instances of people illegally renting out empty homes. Or, some owners renting out homes that are close to a foreclosure date. Be aware and be safe.
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Rhonda Brink…, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Thu Jun 20, 2013
I have a client that rents his homes out, he bought all of them in cash so no need to worry about short sales or forclosures. He buys in good HOA communities, They have pools and he is a great landlord.Please email me for more information, I would be happy to help you.
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Nakia Woodson, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Wed Jun 19, 2013

Relative to what? Are you seeking a rental? If so, in the Las Vegas area you can look at properties. The property speaks for itself. You can usually tell which owners care about their properties and which dont. You can also speak to neighbors to see. If you happen to have access to the info (but it may be difficult) you can contact current or past tenants of the landlord.


Nakia Woodson
Lockhart & Associates
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