May 27 2014, 2:00am CDT | by PR.com
Reno, NV, May 27, 2014 --(PR.com)-- In the first quarter of 2014, Clark Real Estate and Investments of Reno, NV exceeded its 400 rental unit mark. The company manages over 400 properties with a record low vacancy rate.
Brothers Cork and Rick Clark are excited to continue the legacy of real estate investment and property management, now third generation owners. The brothers have been helping with the family business since they were kids, working during the summer.
"Growing up within a family of real estate investors, contractors and plumbers, has given me a very diversified and complete understanding of what our clients expect," says Cork. The company focuses on building trust with both their tenants and landlords. “The philosophy is simple: we treat each unit as if it were our own,” notes Kristin Gandolfo, property manager.
The Reno/Sparks real estate market was hit hard in the recession, but with an excessive inventory of properties and an influx of tenants (ex-homeowners) the rental market is growing faster than ever. According to the US Census, 52.3% of Reno residents are renting their homes.
A powerful team at Clark Real Estate has been working to fill rentals, find new houses, and assist investors in the purchasing process.
The Clark Real Estate team is shooting to reach 500 units by 2015.
"Honestly, at this point, we just need more units because we don't want to turn away any quality tenants," Rick explains.
The team works aggressively with tenants to find the right home, or with owners to find the right tenant. “Just tell me what kind of place you want, and I’ll go find it for you,” says Isaac Conde, property manager. Conde looks beyond the current inventory at Clark Real Estate, confident that he can turn the property of a tenant’s choosing into an addition to the Clark collection.
With a proven track-record Clark Real Estate and Investments is confident that they will continue to hit their inventory milestones.
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