Friday, September 10, 2021 / by Ken Couture
‘I’ll do it my way’: Las Vegas landlord lowers rents to keep tenants
"I will do myself, as Frank Sinatra said," said the trout, 71 years, referring to the finale of the singer of the Las Vegas rats pack.
For Bill Bill Donnelly, a veteran of the disabled Vietnam War, the path of trout has led to an unexpected drop in rent over the years. "I have never met such a man of my life and I'm preparing to deliver 78," said Donnelly, who has rented a four-bedroom district, 2,5 carcots in Henderson for almost a decade.
When it moves, Donnelly paid $ 1,200 a month for the property of 1.600squarefoot. Next year, the rent fell at $ 1,100 and one year after the $ 1,000 drop.
Is a similar narrative for apartment rentals, which has increased by 18% since the end of the second quarter from 2020 to 30 June in Nevada of the South, according to the Nevada State Apartment Association. Susy Vasquez, Executive Director of the Association, hopes that the Las Vegas region continues to grow at least by the end of the year.
But the trout did not plan to increase the rent in Donnelly. The trout said that its plan was to keep tenants and reliable tenants instead of passing through a turntable of tenants. "I crossed bubbles and crossed balloons, and the ball broke and bubble bubbles," trout, who has been renting properties for more than 40 years. "So I'm fully aware of what I'm doing."
Last summer, with awards at the climbing house, the trout of the fear of Donnelly could not be tempted to sell the place, then he proposed to start paying more rent.
Trout response? No, the house was not going to sell, and he threatened to reduce the rent for $ 800 if Donnelly tried more money.
"He is a veteran," trout said. "I admire it. He served our country. And why an owner should destroy the room he saw?
The compromise, Donnelly said, is that he pays for smaller repairs from the manual worker. But when the Air conditioning from Donnelly is a party in the middle. In the summer, "was taken care of in a blinking," he said.
"When they live in one of my houses, it's their house," He declared his tenants. "And so they feel like an owner."
trout said that it had sufficiently its properties so that it can afford to be generous. He moved to the region in 1978 and started buying houses with money gains in the stock market, he said.
"I have just continued to buy homes," Trout said, who has a university degree in geology and now lives in Pahrump. He refused to say how many properties he owns.
Despite the financial difficulties brought by a pandemic coronavirus, the trout said, none of its tenants lost payment. It would not reveal if it has decreased - or increased - rent for other tenants.
Relational trout A with their tenants allows him to focus on the things he takes care of the house in Pahrump: play drums for a group in a local club when he likes, negotiating actions, and exploring geology that Pahrump and the South Nevada you have to offer.
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