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Monday, April 21, 2014

Housing inventory heading to a healthier market.
As many potential first time home buyers over the past 2 years have seen in Las Vegas, the shortage on homes has led to over bidding, and kept many renters from buying their first home.  Not to mention the 50%+ of homes being purchased cash has really been a tough market for the first time home buyers and seasoned investors in t...

Monday, March 31, 2014

Top Things to Consider When Pricing Your Home For Rent
Top Four Most Common Pricing Mistakes   At Robinson Realty & Management we always strive to provide our owners with the best possible direction in terms of pricing. When it comes down to it, the final decision always belongs to the owner. In addition to pricing relative to the comparable homes in the neighborhood there are a few ...

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Why proper screening of residents helps to avoid future litigation.
One of main reason people look to professional property management in Las Vegas is to place good residents in their homes.  Well established property managers know how to screen potential residents and alleviate many of the concerns that property owners have.  Plus, we have seen numerous times where potential residents avoid ren...

Monday, February 24, 2014

RENTING IN LAS VEGAS – BOOST YOUR CREDIT SCORE!
The Las Vegas property management industry continues to evolve in numerous ways. At Robinson Realty and Management, we currently manage over 1,400 properties throughout the Las Vegas valley. As you can imagine, we see quite a few applications come through our door. A big part of our screening process, just like any other landlord, is the ...

Monday, February 17, 2014

Apartment building boom underway in Las Vegas
After nearly a decade of flat or declining rental rates in Las Vegas, the signs and data show an increase in rental rates.  The Las Vegas property management market has boomed the past few years, and now we can see the multifamily market is starting to invest into the Las Vegas rental market.  An article posted in the Las Vegas ...

Friday, January 24, 2014

Las Vegas gains as move destination!
While talking to both our current and future clients about the employment outlook and how it affect the Las Vegas real estate and property management market, I always let our clients know that as a lifelong resident of Las Vegas, there is only 1 time (2008 - 2010 era) that our population went down (that I am statistically aware of). ...

Saturday, January 4, 2014

Las Vegas leads nation in appreciation!
As we continue the roller coaster ride we call the Las Vegas real estate market, we have found ourselves as the fastest appreciating market in the United States once again.  With a cocktail of low prices, increased investor interest, extremely low interest rates, and aggressive Wall Street acquisition’s, we have been dealt anot...

Monday, December 16, 2013

10 reasons to rent in retirement!
Many retirees often overlook the potential benefits that renting may offer them during their retirement. By renting during retirement, you can downsize in order to lower your cost of living, outsource home maintenance, and live near amenities that you use in addition to the added flexibility of leasing. According to the Wall Street Journa...

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Why Las Vegas real estate is not a bubble!
Many time a week, I am asked is Las Vegas going to hit another bubble? With the majority of my clients concerned with the effects of prices on the Las Vegas property management market, I simply state I am 42 year resident of Las Vegas; I am confident at seeing the trends and feeling the "inside scoop" on what the true resid...

Thursday, November 21, 2013

How typical landlords account for security deposit deductions?
Many residents often ask the question, “What does a landlord look for when making deductions from a security deposit?” Well, the folks over at Curbed SF just posted an article with a handy graphic showing many of the typical deductions that landlords look for, and also what qualifies as “normal wear and tear.” Whil...

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