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Services

 

NCD provides a variety of services for Brokers, Real Estate Agents, Property Managers, Private Owners and Tenants

That includes; Routine Tenant Occupied Inspections, Full Eviction Services & Operation R.E.D. 

A 3.5% Service Fee will be added for all credit card and debit payments.

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OPERATION R.E.D.

Tenant Occupied  Inspection

 

At least once a year, you should have visuals on your rental property to check the current conditions. NCD will schedule our field inspector to assess the property by taking pictures of both the interior and exterior areas of the rental property and provide you with a conditional inspection report to help you with maintenance or awareness of the current property status. During Covid, our inspectors are still conducting inspections using safety measures like: gloves and mask to help prevent contacting and spreading the virus. Tenants that report they are in quarantine, will be granted a 10 day exemption period and will however be scheduled to complete an inspection at a later date. Failure to comply with the inspection, the tenant will be issued a 24 hour entry notice, so the inspection can take place in a timely manner.

Evictions

Eviction moratoriums have ended in many states however, that does not prevent any notices from getting issued to the tenant.

A tenant that has fallen behind on rent is a great candidate for a pay or quit notice.

 

If your tenant received an HOA

(Home Owners Association) violation and did not correct the violation or have violated any rule in the rental lease agreement, you may consider issuing the tenant a violation notice. 

If the rental lease agreement has ended and you would like the tenant to move out, you may issue a notice to vacate the premises to the tenant. This can also apply if the tenant does not have a lease.

Operation R.E.D.

 

It is an awareness program that provides Brokers and Property Managers with literature provided by the Real Estate Division to help Agents stay in Compliance with the rules and regulations pertaining to a Routine Tenant Occupied Inspection. 

According to the (NAC)/(NRS 118A) - This action of the Broker and Property Manager is an ACTIVE Violation. 

NCD will be providing immediately assistance to Brokers and Property Managers to help assist with the resolution of the Active Violation
by allowing NCD Licensed Tenant Occupied Inspectors to conduct current & upcoming scheduled inspections to ensure each Broker and Property Manager is in COMPLIANCE with the NAC/ NRS 118A state statues. Please Note:

(*Codes Vary Per State)

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EVICTIONS ARE HAPPENING

 

Rental Assistance Programs are now CLOSED

IN EVERY STATE

Tenants are being forced out of their homes as county programs shut down across the entire United States. 

If you have a Pending Application that have not been funded prior to a scheduled court appearance, you will be evicted, if you do not have means to pay your past due rent. 

NCD recommend that you apply for a new place to live prior to the scheduled court appearance. If an eviction is GRANTED, it will show up on your credit usually within 48 hours after the Judge grant the Eviction Order. 

 

NCD Evictions Now and Then

 

NCD service for tenant routine inspections are highly recommended for reasons shown in this video. NCD Director: Alisha Freeman

admits, "this is a sad process however, owners have an obligation to pay their bills which allows NCD to stay focused to get the rental property in order and in control." This process starts with NCD notices and from there, it is a court judge decision on what will happen next to the tenant.

BROKERS, PM, OWNERS WATCH THIS VIDEO

Here's what an NCD 
Tenant inspection consist of

NCD tenant routine inspections is picture based of the interior and exterior areas of the rental property. Our field inspector captures up to 75 pictures during each inspection and provide you with a property condition report.

NCD recommend you order a routine inspection at least once a year however, you may request an inspection as needed. Be mindful that each state has tenant and landlord laws and you do not want to perform more than 3 inspections in a one year lease term, unless it is due to extreme property circumstances that requires such a demand.

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