Kameron Kildea Blog

Buying vs. Renting Your Next Home

Posted by Jesse Olive on June 17, 2015 in No Category
  Figuring out whether you should buy or rent your next home is a critical decision that should be carefully planned out before taking any action. And there are a number of important factors for you to consider that can impact your short- and long-term financial future as well. There are advantages to both buying and renting depending on your priorities, and Coldwell Banker Premier Realty is here to help you through the decision-making process so that you do what is best for you and your specific situation.... read more
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Las Vegas Residential Rental Report - Summer 2015

The Latest on the Las Vegas Rental Market
Posted by Jesse Olive on June 15, 2015 in  apartments  property management  rental housing
SUMMER - 2015Late spring and early summer is a great time to have a rental on the market. Many job related moves occur during this time of year and often families are looking to be settled before a new school year begins in the fall. As a result, marketing times are often shortest during this period and landlords tend to have the most influence in getting top rents. If you are contemplating putting a rental on the market in 2015, we would advise trying to make it rent ready by Septembe... read more
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Las Vegas Rental Market and other news

short updates on Las Vegas
Posted by John McClelland on July 13, 2011 in No Category
Some short bullet points on recent news: - Slot machine revenues have increased for three months. Reported gaming revenue in May showed a year-over-year increase (although baccarat accounted for much of this). -CNN Money ranked Las Vegas as a top city to purchase rental properties. Noting our obvious bias, we do agree with their assessment based on the strong rates of return we have been observing in the market and by our own clients.            ... read more
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Rental Market

John Burns says top rental markets about to
Posted by John McClelland on June 16, 2011 in No Category
It is well known that economic conditions have greatly changed the rate of household formation. Young adults are cohabitating with parents, friends or relatives at an uncommon level. For this reason, John Burns, a recognized researcher who studies housing, believes that the rental market is about to "explode." In the shadows of the housing crisis there are many individuals who are seeking a home of their own. This is likely to drive rental demand when job growth is sufficient to add fuel to this. ... read more
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