The state of Nevada does not put a limit on how much you can raise the rent for your property in the landlord-tenant laws. As a property owner, this means you can increase it as much as you would like. However, you should be mindful to raise your rent by a reasonable amount.

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Breaking a Lease in Nevada

October 8, 2020, 10:15 am

Breaking a lease is, in and of itself, a violation of the terms. A lease is a legal contract that provides financial security for both parties involved when renting out a house: the tenant and property owner. However, it can happen when either party no longer wants to abide by the lease, and there...

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Squatters Rights in Nevada

September 25, 2020, 2:15 pm

Squatting occurs when someone lives in a building or on a piece of land without the owner's permission. In the State of Nevada, a squatter may gain legal property rights as long as they meet the requirements through a process known as adverse possession claim.

In this article, we will address so...

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Northern Nevada landlords, just like those elsewhere in the county, will often require a security deposit as part of the leasing process. Most states, Nevada included, have a limit as to how much it can be. The security deposit amount can be as little as one month’s rent or as much as three times th...

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Northern Nevada Eviction Laws

May 5, 2020, 2:16 pm

A tenant eviction is, unfortunately, a necessary part of being a landlord and renting out your house. There are many possible reasons for an eviction in Nevada, for example: nonpayment of rent, excessive property damage, illegal use of the rental, disruption to other tenants, and even refusal to l...

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