Rent Las Vegas Nevada

Where Las Vegas Rents Homes

Interest Earned

Return on Investment .5%

PLUS RISING VALUE 0%

TOTAL RETURN .5%

TORONTO

Buy $918,000

Rent: $2800.00

Return on Investment 3.2%

PLUS RISING VALUE -0%

TOTAL RETURN 3.2%

ISRAEL

Buy: $600,000

Rent: $1000.00

Return on Investment 2%*

PLUS RISING VALUE -0%

TOTAL RETURN 2%

INVESTING WITH US:

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA

Buy: $254,000

Rent: $1750.00

Return On Investment 5.5%*

PLUS RISING VALUE :

25.7 percent

TOTAL RETURN

Total= 31.2%

By Eli Segall Las Vegas Review-Journal

January 25, 2022 - 2:06 pm

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Updated January 26, 2022 - 6:36 am

Las Vegas’ fast-rising house prices have outpaced the U.S. overall yet again.

Southern Nevada home prices were up 25.7 percent year over year in November, compared with an 18.8 percent gain nationally, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller index released Tuesday by S&P Dow Jones Indices.

All 20 metro areas in the report posted double-digit annual price jumps. Leading the pack was Phoenix, where house prices soared 32.2 percent from a year earlier.

The findings are another reminder of how much home prices accelerated in Las Vegas and around the country last year as rock-bottom mortgage rates fueled a buying binge, creating an extreme seller’s market, making it increasingly difficult to buy a place and sparking affordability concerns.

The report also marked the sixth consecutive month that house prices in Southern Nevada rose faster than they did nationally in a widening gap.

In June, Las Vegas prices rose just over a percentage point faster than the U.S. overall. In November, prices locally climbed roughly 6.9 points faster than the country as a whole, Case-Shiller data shows.

All told, U.S. home prices have been rising at a “very high” but “decelerating” rate for several months, though November’s jump was still the sixth-highest ever in the 34 years covered by Case-Shiller data, said Craig Lazzara, managing director at S&P Dow Jones, in a news release.



Real Estate investors are all looking for ways to maximize their return on investment. Investing in properties in Toronto is resulting in a minimum return on investments; investors are only making money on the increase in the property value. The only way to make money on that type of business model is selling the unit, but it’s not a sound long term strategy.

Conversely, investors in Las Vegas Nevada are making money on the return, and also on rising property values and rising rental income.

Property values in Toronto have gone way up, with too many barriers against rising prices in the future. Interest rates are at a low, and it seems the only direction for those rates to go is up, which will put pressure on the rise of prices. Las Vegas has already experienced the “burst bubble” of unsustainable high prices, allowing investors to buy properties at good prices, with much opportunity for the property values to continue to rise and a sustainable rate.

Why invest in Las Vegas? For a typical 300,000$ investment (Prices shown based on current investment properties, actual amounts may vary):

The median home value in Las Vegas is $269,400. Las Vegas home values have gone up 15.9% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 7.2% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Las Vegas is $167


Investing in Las Vegas

300,000$ Canadian will buy you a 225,000$ US House

1,650$ rent income per month

186$ Tax per month

75$ HOA Homeowners Association per month

165$ management at 10% of rental income per month

50$ Insurance per month

100$ maintenance repairs per month

Totals 1,074$ USD net per month

Investing in Toronto

300,000$ Condo

1,400$ rent income per month

159$ tax per month

381$ HOA Homeowner Association condo fees

30$ Insurance per month

50$ maintenance repairs per month

112$ management at 8% of rental income per month

Totals 668$ cdn net per month

Even with the current exchange rate, investing in Las Vegas is a great value and return on investment.

So, Why Invest in Las Vegas?

In Las Vegas rents are rising, Many homes are rented to individuals receiving government assistance, this assistance is usually paid directly to the Owner, so payment is guaranteed. In addition Las Vegas has great weather, no hurricanes or natural disasters, allowing for low insurance rates. The weather and the thriving industry draws new residents to Las Vegas daily.

Why Invest Now?

The future in Las Vegas is really promising; with rising property and rental values because the Great Recession was 9 years ago. The Las Vegas Valley is recovering, many potential buyers are cleaning up their credit and will be able to apply for mortgages and buy. Rental vacancy rates are very low, and unemployment rates have greatly improved. With property values on the rise, this is the time to buy.

We are a private investment company with partners across the globe, we manage investments in Toronto, and Las Vegas, and Israel.

Menashe Murad

Las Vegas: 702-358-9811

Email: rentlvnv@gmail.com