Good news, landlords. We are going to get paid more for all the */#@$%^ we take. (I know about the grief, because I am Vegas's most caring landlord.)
CBRE Las Vegas reports rents for residential real estate rose 6.3 percent on average last year. The real estate firm estimates rents will rise this year, too, because we are 6 percent below our record rents of 2007, which is almost a decade ago! It estimates another 5-6 percent gain by the time December rolls around.
Zillow claims the median rent in Las Vegas is $1200.
Home prices are rising, too, so landlord are also making money on their investments. Want to go shopping anyone?
Here's a great reward for this horrible election season. If you voted,
"Working with eXp Realty was a pleasure. When we started, we had no idea what we wanted, but our buyer agent helps us figure out the pros and cons of all our options. Our agent went the extra mile willing to put in the extra effort to answer our questions, to make sure we were happy with our decisions, and educated about the market and local area."