Due to the Covid-19 pandemic our inner office will be closed to the general public unless you have a scheduled appointment, however or lobby will be open Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Prior to visiting our office please observe the following.

  1.  We request that you apply for all rental properties online. If dropping off documents, please have your own copies as we cannot make copies for you.
  2. Please make all repair requests online through your tenant portal. We cannot take repair requests by phone or walk-in. **If you have an emergency please call 702-386-6122 for emergencies only.**

  3. Please attempt to pay rent online through your online portal. If this is not feasible, we do accept payments at any 7-Eleven or CVS location via your tenant pay-slip.  If you are required to bring monies to the office we accept cash, check, or money order. All rental payments are to be made out to Las Vegas Realty, LLC. If paying cash please have exact change, as we do not keep change on hand.
  4. For all move-outs please turn in all home and mailbox keys as well as any garage and gate remotes or key to common areas (pool etc.), to the front desk after coordinating with your property manager. **Please keep in mind that you are required to provide 30 day written notice prior to vacating your property.**
  5. We have a ZERO TOLERANCE solicitation policy.

On our side the fire had done no more than scorch the nearer trees; it had failed to secure its footing. In one place the woodmen had been at work on Saturday; trees, felled and freshly trimmed, lay in a clearing, with heaps of sawdust by the sawing-machine and its engine. Hard by was a temporary hut, deserted. There was not a breath of wind this morning, and everything was strangely still. Even the birds were hushed, and as we hurried along I and the artilleryman talked in whispers and looked now and again over our shoulders. Once or twice we stopped to listen.

After a time we drew near the road, and as we did so we heard the clatter of hoofs and saw through the tree stems three cavalry soldiers riding slowly towards Woking. We hailed them, and they halted while we hurried towards them. It was a lieutenant and a couple of privates of the 8th Hussars, with a stand like a theodolite, which the artilleryman told me was a heliograph.

We went down the lane, by the body of the man in black, sodden now from the overnight hail, and broke into the woods at the foot of the hill. We pushed through these towards the railway without meeting a soul. The woods across the line were but the scarred and blackened ruins of woods; for the most part the trees had fallen, but a certain proportion still stood, dismal grey stems, with dark brown foliage instead of green.

On our side the fire had done no more than scorch the nearer trees; it had failed to secure its footing. In one place the woodmen had been at work on Saturday; trees, felled and freshly trimmed, lay in a clearing, with heaps of sawdust by the sawing-machine and its engine. Hard by was a temporary hut, deserted. There was not a breath of wind this morning, and everything was strangely still. Even the birds were hushed, and as we hurried along I and the artilleryman talked in whispers and looked now and again over our shoulders. Once or twice we stopped to listen.

After a time we drew near the road, and as we did so we heard the clatter of hoofs and saw through the tree stems three cavalry soldiers riding slowly towards Woking. We hailed them, and they halted while we hurried towards them. It was a lieutenant and a couple of privates of the 8th Hussars, with a stand like a theodolite, which the artilleryman told me was a heliograph.