Las Vegas Rental Property Market

October 20, 2022

Las Vegas Housing Market The Las Vegas real estate market was one of the hottest housing markets in the US. It has since cooled as more inventory is being listed and prices decline. For landlord investors, the inability of buyers to buy in the market (mortgage rates) yet stable job market and low taxes mean…

  • Trends, Challenges, Goals & the Power of Automation

    October 07, 2022

    Trends, Challenges, Goals Good management is all about trends, challenges and goals --- topics covered in detail here on the ManageCasa blog. Readers enjoy exploring these topics and opening new avenues of success. Your questions for 2023 may be about how to respond to this new rental property market - and whether you're doing work…

  • Rent Prices Falling this Summer

    June 16, 2020

    Apartment List Rentonomics Report Are rent prices dropping? A report on the US rental market from Apartmentlist shows exactly what we'd expect during a pandemic. Rents are falling in most cities, but not all cities. Some rose as you can see below. The coming months might present an uplift in rent collected and perhaps some…

  • Why Do Good Tenants Leave?

    December 30, 2019

    How to Foresee Tenant Departures Why is it that good things must come to an end? Your tenants have worked out so well, they enjoyed living in your home or apartment, yet despite that bliss, they will decide to move on. Yes, it's so nice when people stay put, but everyone's life evolves. Young couples…

  • Rent Controls Growing?

    September 16, 2019

    Will Rent Controls Spread? As we wrote in this post originally, the threat of rent controls are real. And to prove it, just this week California approved new rent control measures.  And in New York, there is concern rent controls will be extended as court battles rage. Since state governments want to avoid renter subsidies…

  • What Does the Future for Millennials Look Like?

    May 11, 2018

    Millennials Will Have the Largest Spending Power Ever This group age 18 to 38 are transitioning from a self-image of youth, poverty, and non-independence to one of wealth, independence, leadership, and being enabled to take command. In ten years, they may not even recognize themselves. While low income people do save religiously throughout rough economic…

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