Tag: Corporate Rentals

The tenants said they cleaned my condo. Should I still hire a professional cleaning service?


As a Las Vegas Realtor and owner of a Las Vegas Maid Services company, this is a routine question I am asked. Many times a tenant will notify the owner that they have “cleaned the property”, before leaving. This is especially common with short term rentals.
As the owner, you have to decide, is their clean really CLEAN?
A recent example is one of my clients who came to visit their condo after the last renters moved out, and left it CLEAN? He arrived to unmade beds with the linen piled atop, were the linens washed? The condo otherwise looked clean, no dishes/visible trash ect. Upon further review, however, there were long dark hairs on the bedding and in the baths. The toilets/bath/sinks and fridge were all not cleaned, as well as the microwave and stove. The big surprise came when he opened the coat closet, all the shopping boxes were piled up with recyclables. Where the tenants were from they keep the recyclables separately. Unfortunately, this is not a good idea to leave the empty cans, soda ect., in a closet of an unused condo.
My client has decided that in the future, he will charge a cleaning fee, and tell the tenants not to clean. You would not want a new tenant finding these conditions when they move in.


More FREE stuff to do in VEgas!!!


The National Final Rodeo is coming to Vegas, it is that time of year. We know due to our Las Vegas Maid Services having more corporate/furnished style rental cleanings. While we clean all types of properties from office to single family homes, our specialty has been the Vacation/Corporate Rental Properties. Tonight is a Free event at Freemont Street with live Country Music from 5:40 p.m to 1:30 a.m. It is an offer that is hard to beat, we will take advantage of course. May I suggest starting at Main Street Station for one of their $1.50 micro-brew beers, and then the obligatory shrimp cocktailat the Golden Gate. A great way to start the evening before enjoying the free music offerings on three stages, and of course the Freemont light show.  Also, you may want to check out the Freemont East that is becoming a hub for Arts and Entertainment, just across from the El Cortez.  Downtown is starting to make a comeback, and with Zappos shoes moving down there, I expect more to come.


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