Questions from Property Managers – Part I

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  As anyone who has ever attended one of my property management classes knows, I welcome questions from the property management community in Nevada, and elsewhere. No, I don’t give legal advice, but I enjoy answering practical questions about the landlord/tenant business, fair housing, rental agreements, management contracts, policies and procedures, risk reduction, and other […]

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The Nevada Real Estate Commission at Work

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For the first time in several years, I attended a meeting of the Nevada Real Estate Commission this past Tuesday in Carson City. What an education! (Speaking of education, did you know that real estate licensees can get CE credit for attending Commission meetings?) For the Twitter users among you, the hashtag I used for […]

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Asset Management in Nevada – A New Chapter of Law

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In an effort to address the horror stories of grandpa’s ashes being seized and taken to the dump, and homeowners being thrown out of their homes without so much as a judge’s blessing, our lawmakers have created a new chapter of law in Nevada governing “Asset Management.”   This new law was created with the […]

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Insurance and the Property Manager

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  Insurance is an integral part of sustaining and growing your business. Unfortunately, there is a great amount of misunderstanding about insurance and as a result, most people either do not buy the proper coverage for their situation, or have inadequate coverage.   When buying insurance it is very important to know what risk you […]

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Agency: Property Management vs. Real Estate Sales

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    A very interesting conversation is taking place on “REEAline,” a discussion group of The Real Estate Educators Association.  It’s about the concept of “Agency,” and whether Agency is really what the consumer wants or needs from the real estate professional today.   The argument is made that the buying and selling consumer doesn’t […]

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Rental Agreements in Nevada

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The property owner’s name and address must be disclosed via the rental agreement or by a notice posted at the property. The tenant also must be informed of the name and telephone number of an emergency contact person who lives within 60 miles of the rented property.

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Nevada Property Management – How Did We Get Here?

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Different clients have different needs. The time to determine whether the client’s needs and the Property Manager’s abilities are a match is before the Property Management Agreement is signed.

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By Request: What can you do without a real estate license in Nevada?

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n addition to any other remedy or penalty, the Real Estate Commission may impose an administrative fine against any unlicensed person who knowingly engages in any activity for which a license, permit, certificate, registration or authorization is required. The Commission may also impose an administrative fine against any person who knowingly assists an unlicensed person to engage in any activity for which a license, permit, certificate, registration or authorization is required.

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