Real Estate in Nevada

As you may expect in a state known for its legalized gambling, there is a lot of disclosing going on when it comes to Nevada real estate transactions. But buyers and sellers need to be careful when they sign agreements, because the presence of disclosures does not always mean protection for one party or the other. Under state law, real estate agents must disclose if they are working for anyone that could be potentially associated with the transaction. This includes other sellers, other buyers, lawyers and potential lenders. The law does not prevent real estate agents for working for buyers and sellers, but it does require agents to point out their affiliations with every party involved.

A seller in Nevada is required to submit property disclosure forms for the sale of their property on the day the sales agreement is signed by both parties. However, the seller must also allow access to the property within five days of the contract being signed and the disclosure being submitted. If the buyer is not allowed access to the property to inspect it within five days of the sales agreement being signed, then the buyer can legally void the sales contract.

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Residential and Commercial Real Estate Agencies and Associations in Nevada

Nevada Association of Realtors
Address: Nevada Association of Realtors
760 Margrave Drive
Suite 200
Reno, NV 89502
Office Phone Number: (775) 829-5911
Toll-Free Number: (800) 748-5526
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Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors
Address: Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors
1750 E Sahara Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Office Phone Number: (702) 784-5000
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Reno-Sparks Association of Realtors
Address: Reno-Sparks Association of Realtors
5650 Riggins Court
Suite 200
Reno, NV 89502
Office Phone Number: (775) 823-8800
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