Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-10-15 21:12:44 –
Las Vegas (KLAS) – Tenants are struggling as home rental prices continue to rise in Las Vegas.
On Wednesday, 69-year-old Teresa Jameson was kicked out in the Las Vegas Court of Justice. Her landlord, Brad Bailey, said she was facing foreclosure and was selling her property. Jameson said the landlord had a problem and asked for more time.
“You’ve spent a lot of time, and I fully understand that finding a place is difficult, and perhaps nearly impossible,” said hearing master David Brown. He mentioned an action initiated by Bailey four months ago. He ordered Jameson and two other people in the area to leave by October 19.NS.
“I don’t think it’s fair,” Jameson said.
Team I visited Jameson at a mobile home in the Sunrise Manor district the day after she was kicked out.
“The front pouch is depressed,” said Jameson. “Most of the sockets here don’t work.” Team I observed holes in the walls, bathrooms that Jameson said wasn’t available, and other dire situations.
Jameson said her monthly rent at a mobile home was $ 200. This is well below the average $ 1200 for apartments in the Las Vegas area.
“I have never borrowed from someone like this. I have never made a room for a room to rent a room, but when I got on social security it was so few that As you know, I had to do, “Jameson added.
She told I-Team that the maximum monthly rent she could pay was about $ 450.
“It’s a bad thing, many people will experience this, and I feel for them. I really do,” said Jameson.
Team I contacted the landlord who did not return the phone in time for the deadline. The I-Team has also contacted several agencies that are trying to help Jameson find a home. They include United Way and Catholic Charities.
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