Managing Your Las Vegas Property 1/3

Renting your property can be a complex procedure which becomes a full-time job. Finding the right tenant, ensuring your property is not being damaged, and dealing with uncooperative or non-paying tenants are only part of the full package of responsibilities for landlords both local and out of state. The property management team at Bella Vegas Homes Realty only work with residential property owners in the Greater Las Vegas Area. This unique specialty will allow us to closely maintain your properties income and well-being. Here is how we maximize your return while minimizing your risk:

Property Set-Up and Advertising

  • Step 1: Ensuring your property is ready

Your investment property needs to be SAFE, CLEAN, and FUNCTIONAL before we accept a tenant. We perform a beginning walk-through to look for any issues that need tending to. In addition to making recommendations on safety and cleanliness, we also make recommendations on how to improve the marketability of your house while keeping costs low. Our handymen are experienced in preparing houses for marketing, but if preferred we can work with you or your contractors.

  • Step 2: Valuation

Tenants do not negotiate on price and features. It is important that we target an advertised price that will be accepted by a large audience while not leaving money on the table. Many factors such as size of home, size of lot, bedrooms and bathrooms, single or multiple stories, size of garage, condition of yard and extras like pool, solar, and landscaping services are considered.

  • Step 3: Advertising

Bella Vegas Homes charges $0 for on line advertising. We photograph the exterior, interior, and common grounds, and prepare descriptors touting the benefits of living in your house. Your house is exposed to all LVR Realtors, as well as numerous web sites marketing to tenants directly. All leads go to our personal email and cell phones, so we always respond to the email queries and never miss a call.

  • Step 4: Feedback

Once your property is on the market, we expect calls, email and views. We will share all information with you and make recommendation should your home not rent in an expected timeframe of about 2 weeks. No calls or email, or no scheduled viewings usually points to an overpriced home. Viewings without applications can indicate a correctable problem with the house.

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