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Friday, July 11, 2014

Las Vegas Landlord Advice: How to Set a Pet Policy


At Ravago Group Property Management, we always go on record recommending that property owners agree to consider pets. We have had an unprecedented number of pet applications recently, and that tells us that our market here in Henderson and Las Vegas demands rental properties that allow pets. Property owners have to remember that this area has been the foreclosure capital of the world. Many of the tenants looking for homes are former homeowners who have pets. These people have been displaced and because they cannot buy another home right away, they need to find a rental home. They’re going to want to be able to take the pets they had in their homes with them.  Read More »

Thursday, July 03, 2014

Las Vegas Evictions: What to Do When a Tenant Stops Paying Rent


The one thing you don’t want to do when a tenant stops paying rent is panic. There are some good ways to alleviate any financial stress this may cause you as a rental property owner. The first thing you want to do is to try and contact the tenant in any way you can. Refer to your lease and all the contact information you have. Reach out by telephone or email and do what you can to get in touch and try to find out what the problem may be.  Read More »

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Rent vs. Sell: What Do I Do with my Las Vegas Home?


When you own a home in Henderson or Las Vegas, and you get a job transfer or some other circumstance shows up that requires you to leave the state or the country, you will probably wonder what you should do with that property. There are a couple of options available to you, and one of the first steps you should take is to consult with a company that provides both real estate and property management services. You’ll get an unbiased opinion about what the best course of action might be for you and your property.  Read More »

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Las Vegas Tenant Screening How-To


When it comes to screening tenants, there are five specific elements we look at carefully at Ravago Group Property Management. Those elements are credit, income verification, rental verification, criminal history and identity.  Read More »

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

How to Choose a Las Vegas Property Management Company


Once you decide to outsource the day to day tasks of managing your rental property, you need to choose a property management company. Spend some time researching and interviewing several prospective property managers, and focus on these five specific things:  Read More »

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Buying Investment Property in Las Vegas ask a Property Manager


In our last blog on buying investment property in Las Vegas, we shared some statistics that can help prepare you for becoming a real estate investor in this area. Today, I’d like to expand on the benefits you can reap when you contact a professional property manager who also has a real estate license for help in finding an ideal investment property to buy.  Read More »

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Buying Investment Property in Las Vegas Part 2


In our last blog on buying investment property in Las Vegas, we shared some statistics that can help prepare you for becoming a real estate investor in this area. Today, I’d like to expand on the benefits you can reap when you contact a professional property manager who also has a real estate license for help in finding an ideal investment property to buy.  Read More »

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Buying Investment Property in Las Vegas: Statistics


When we talk about buying investment property in Las Vegas, there are a few key statistics you need to be aware of before you jump into the market. While it’s a good time to enter, you need to get a sense of where our market is in the Las Vegas area.  Read More »

Thursday, October 03, 2013

Rental Property in Las Vegas: Warranties Part 2


In our last blog, we talked about the challenges of home warranties, and we also addressed why it’s not a great idea for property owners to take care of their own maintenance and repairs on the homes they rent out. I’d like to expand on that point a little bit more, because it’s important. Sometimes, property owners who live out of town might come back to Las Vegas for the weekend, or maybe they’re even local, and they think it makes sense for them to show up at their property and take care of any maintenance or repairs. As I said in the last blog, tenants want and need their privacy. Having the landlord show up at the house can be disruptive and it can also make everyone uncomfortable.  Read More »

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Rental Property Maintenance in Las Vegas: Warranties Part 1


While it may be tempting to leave some of your personal items at your rental property so you can take advantage of available storage space, it’s not a good idea. You do not want to continue keeping any personal belongings at the property when you have a tenant living there.  Read More »


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