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General Liability 101: What You Need to Know in Las Vegas

Wednesday, January 4, 2017
We have some landlord advice for anyone looking to hire a professional General liability is important,. With us on today’s blog is Curt Bulloch from Bulloch Insurance Brokers, who specializes in property managers and insurance. If you’re wondering what you should be looking for in terms of insurance when you hire a property m...



What You Need to Know About Home Warranties in Las Vegas

Wednesday, December 28, 2016
A lot of Las Vegas landlords ask us about home warranties, and whether they really need one. Today, we’re talking about whether they are worth the money you spend on them. Las Vegas Home Warranties and Maintenance If you think that the home warranty will be the sole solution to all the potential maintenance problems o...



Real Estate Agents in Las Vegas Who Have Listings They Cannot Sell – What You Can Do!

Wednesday, December 21, 2016
We are in Maui at our annual convention for property managers, and we’re talking to Fourandhalf again about real estate agents with listings they cannot sell. One of the things they should do is hire a qualified property manager to turn the home into a Las Vegas rental property. Why do real estate agents need to find a propert...



Blackbird Realty’s Ideal Owner, Ideal Property, and Length of Management in Las Vegas

Wednesday, December 14, 2016
We are talking to you from the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM) annual convention in Maui. We have been talking about different types of  Las Vegas property management, and why they hire property managers. Andy from Fourandhalf is talking with me about what makes an ideal owner and an ideal property....



Las Vegas Renter’s Insurance Top Coverage

Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Las Vegas landlords need to have adequate coverage for their investment properties, and that’s why we’ve invited Curt Bulloch from Bulloch insurance Brokers to talk to us today. Curt specializes in coverage for investors and property managers. Las Vegas Landlord Advice: Requiring Renter’s Insurance One policy you...



You Don’t Need a Property Manager if… - Blackbird Realty & Management

Wednesday, April 13, 2016
If you can tell just by looking into a tenant's eyes that they will pay you on time each month and take care of your property, then you don't need a property manager. If your house is self healing and totally indestructible, then you don't need a property manager. If your favorite game is guessing when you'll get your rent, then...



Blackbird Realty - Approved Contractors

Sunday, September 6, 2015
I am frequently asked during management interview if I will agree to use the owner’s pool guy, or the nice man who mows the lawn or sprays for bugs.  The short answer is yes, as we are an equal opportunity company, and are more than happy to use your licensed and insured contractor. However, often the owner’s  contractor is a Mom ...



Get Ready to Rent - Behind the Scenes with a Property Manager

Monday, July 6, 2015
There are lots of resources out there telling landlords how to screen tenants. We thought it might be helpful to tenants out there to show you what a property manager does when conducting tenant screening. We interviewed Las Vegas Property Manager George Trombley of Blackbird Realty to give us a behind the scenes look at what...



Must the Probate Court hire the Property Manager?

Wednesday, March 18, 2015
From time to time, we receive calls from people wanting it hire us because they live out of state and an relative who lives in Nevada has past away and there is no one here locally to handle the property. There can be many problems associated with this and I will discuss them here. This is not to be considered as legal advice and I am no...



How much does it cost to raise the rent?

Wednesday, March 18, 2015
This might seem like a simple question but often times the amount of money to be gained by raising the rent isn't worth the actual costs in doing so.  Let’s consider the following scenario. The market rent for the property is $1200. The tenant is currently paying $1150. The tenant has a lease that will expire in 90 days....



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