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LVRE.com is a Nevada incorporated real estate brokerage licensed by Department of Business & Industry. Accreditations and memberships include the Better Business Bureau, National Association of Residential Property Managers and the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors.
Many property management companies will say what it takes to sign you up to a one year contract and then fail to deliver on promises. We are confident that we will outperform your expectations and offer a no questions asked 60 day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with our services.
The services we provide are the same as other residential property managers, but the important difference is the proactive way we go about getting profitable results.
We show you the MLS data that records the average number of days homes in your area take to lease. Then we beat the average by undertaking a high impact marketing campaign. We are not afraid to set a concrete benchmark so that clients can measure our performance.
Our process includes a criminal background check, credit check, and interview with past landlords. We go over all these reports with the Landlord before making a final approval.
We send tenants advance notices, follow up on collection day, and serve notices as soon as delinquencies arise. If we need to evict, we ensure it is done as quickly as possible. In Las Vegas you need a property manager who is prepared to be aggressive in collecting rent.
Coordinate tenant issues
We treat tenants with the highest standard of service and respect. Keeping them happy maximizes retention.
Arrange for repairs
LVRE ensures repairs are handled quickly, effectively, and within the pre-agreed budget. For any expenses in excess of $200 we secure multiple bids and landlord approval. There is no mark up on costs.
Accounting and reporting
For complete transparency we provide Landlords 24/7 online access to accounts so that they can track income and expenses and repair orders at anytime. Incomes statements and balance sheets can be mailed to owners who prefer paper reporting. In compliance with Nevada law, owner funds and tenant security deposits are held in separate trust accounts.