Most unprofessional company I have ever used. They tried to charge us rent past our lease date and then tried to evict us after we had submitted our 30 day notice to move. The house we rented from them smelled like cat pee when we first looked at it. When we came back to look after mentioning it, they just put in an air freshener. It took them 9 months to get the carpet replaced and the cat pee smell was still in a linen cabinet. They refused to replace it, even though it was making my kids sick. We had to lock and seal it, and never go in. Even the maintenance men knew how bad this management company was. There was supposed to be grass in the front and back yard and when they FINALLY got around to installing grass in the front yard (6 months later), they ran out near the end, installed a different type of grass, which had mold, and ended up killing off the rest of the grass. They refused to fix it. They also refused to put grass in the backyard because "I had a dog" (a 3 week-old lab puppy). Yeah, this dog was going to ruin the yard with her 3 week-old feet. Don't ever use this company as they will try and cheat you time and again. They even tried to get that eviction on my record, even though they charged me an arm and a leg for a security and cleaning deposit. That place was filthy when we moved in, so they darn sure didn't use the money from the previous tenant to clean it up. This place is a scam.
They are very friendly and help me find a beautiful place to rent on the N.W. side of town here in Las Vegas.
So I decided to become a homeowner and needed a realtor. I spent a few months with an awful jerk who didn’t listen to me and a friend coaxed me into going with her realtor after she got her dream home for her family. I met with Connie Brown and I really felt like she was listening. After a few houses she could read my face and she would even identify things she knew were just right for me. One of her more impressive traits was the fact that she could tell a money pit house from the curbside. When we went to a certain neighborhood, I started noticing all the roofs were patched. I didn’t get a chance to say anything before she said “We don’t need to get out of the car for this one, the construction in this neighborhood is bad.” I appreciated that. Anyone can sell a house, but not every realtor is interested in finding you a home. As anyone familiar with the Las Vegas housing market may know, it’s hard to compete with the investors. I had to put in a few offers that didn’t get accepted. And it’s a hard blow to love a house enough to put in an offer only to not get the house. But when that happened, Connie told me that we would find a better house. And I’ll be damned if she didn’t succeed in impressing me even when I lost motivation. At the end of it, I ended up buying a house that was truthfully better than any of the other houses I saw. It was a short-sale that she was able to close in under 90 days, which is impressive. And she was with me every step of the way whenever I had questions. I truly love Connie for helping me find my beautiful home and if you want the best realtor in the valley, then meet with Connie.