Property Management and Realty Services in Las Vegas

Property Management

Our professional services include on-going communication, comprehensive marketing and advertising, thorough tenant screening and selection, full-service leasing, timely rent collection, regular inspections, cost-effective and reliable maintenance, strict and compliant evictions and comprehensive accounting.

Selling

When it comes time to sell your home, searching for real estate in your area can help you get a sense of what your home is worth.
With a great marketing plan in place—and your home priced right—you should expect to start showing your home. There are many small things you can do that can make your home more appealing to prospective buyers. Upon entering into a contract with a prospective buyer, there are additional things to consider, such as the property inspection and seller financing.
List your home with Monarch Property Management & Realty today.

Buying

Once you’ve selected the right home, the transaction process begins. In a typical home buying process, you’ll start by making an offer on the house. Once your offer is accepted by the seller, you’ll have to get an inspection and insurance. Your new home will also be appraised to determine the home value. Finally, you’ll set a closing date, when you’ll complete the transaction and officially take ownership of your new home!

Why use our agents:
Buying or selling a home usually requires dozens of forms, reports, disclosures and other technical documents. Our agents have the expertise to help you prepare a killer deal—while avoiding delays or costly mistakes that can seriously mess you up.
Not every real estate agent is a realtor. A realtor is a licensed real estate salesperson who belongs to the National Association of Realtors®, the largest trade group in the country.
What difference does it make? Realtors are held to a higher ethical standard than licensed agents and must adhere to a Code of Ethics.
Call us and mention this website Monarch Property Management & Realty will contribute up to $1000 towards your first mortgage payment.

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