Las Vegas has a substantial number of renters per capita.
The economic hit from the coronavirus pandemic means some people might not be able to make payments.
If you are struggling, Scott Seegmiller, managing director of Ascent Multifamily Accounting, has some tips for helping you through these tough times.
Nationally, 87.7 percent of renters have paid their rent in full as of Monday, an increase from April when only 85.0% renters paid their rent in full.
This time last year, 89.8 percent of renters paid their rent in full. Three was a slight decrease in on-time payments this year, but not by much – a great sign for property owners in Las Vegas.
All data was collected 11.4 million apartment units in May and 11.5 million in April, according to the National Multifamily Housing Council.