Nice commercial warehouse and office for rent in Hawthorne, CA


Rental Rate:$0.80 /SF/Month Gross lease. Tenan pays utilities only.
Property Type:Industrial

Property Sub-type:Warehouse
Building Size:12,843 SF
Lot Size:21,978 SF

Short/Long Term Building Available for Lease.
From 2,000 up to 12,843 sf (Office: 1,046 sf).
Lease Rate $0.80 Per SqFt.
Gross Lease (Tenant is Only Responsible for Utility Bills) – Security Deposit Require.

Address: 3337 Jack Northrop Ave, Bldg 20, Hawthorne, CA 90250.
Gated and Secure – Private Fenced Yard.
Adjacent to the Hawthorne Airport – Close to 105, 405, 110 & 91 Freeways.





4 BD house on Wildwood Glen


Not available. Currently leased to long term tenant.


Nice house available for short  or long term rental

  • 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
  • Size: 1,957 sq. feet
  • Location: Northwest of Las Vegas, zip: 89131
  • 2 car garage
  • Built in 2006 (almost brand new)
  • Wooden floors, granite counter tops, upgraded cabinetry, huge bonus room, wood shutters!
  • Appliances included (washer, dryer, stainless steel fridge, dishwasher & stove)
  • $1,200 per month

Address: 8265 Wildwood Glen, Las Vegas, NV 89131.  Google Maps Directions.

Conditions: No pets. No smoking. First month rent and security deposit required (same as rent). Application  can be downloaded here.  Lease month to month.

Owner licensee. If you want to see this property you can contact, Inc. 5348 Vegas Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89108,  phone: 702-212-3513, email:

We recommend that you drive-by and check it out first as we have limited manpower at this moment for showings.

Nice private office for rent Las Vegas

Not available. Currently leased to long term tenant.


Nice office with small kitchen and private restroom. Reception area, bull pen, 2 private offices. One covered parking space. Plenty of uncovered parking space. Signage available right in front of the office. Size 1,000 sq. feet

  • One of the few month-to-month leases ($0.495 per sq. foot) available.

Trash, landscaping, sewer included in $150/association fee (payable extra). Electricity and gas is paid by tenant.

Fountain Park – Office
3650 S Eastern Ave Suite 330
Las Vegas, NV 89109-3345

Please drive by and find out if you like the location. Then call our office at 702-871-8678

Owner licensee. This office is owned by our company.

What really happened with Liberty Realty?

I worked for Liberty Realty as an agent. I think I signed up in 2002 and worked there about two years. At that time it was one of the few 100% commission real estate companies in Las Vegas. The fees were low and Liberty allowed agents to do what they wanted do (without the corporate/franchise bullshit) and keep most of their commissions. I liked Richard Bell (broker). Quiet guy who mostly sit in the office, not really talking to agents and just doing his job.

Liberty Realty grew like crazy during the real estate boom of 2003-2005. I saw new offices opening one after another. It seemed that sky is the limit for Richard Bell. I remember when Liberty hit over 1,200 agents and we all thoughts how great business it is. There were rumors that Bell could sell it for almost hundred millions during the boom.

I moved on and didn’t really know what was happening with the company after 2005, but the recent news really hit me. Read here: Useless checks enrage agents. Commissions lost as Liberty Realty sold .

I know Liberty closed most of their offices and kept just one. The articles says that the company downsized from 1,600 agents to 800 agents. But there is something I don’t understand.

800 agents  for one office is pretty big number.

800 agents times $100 monthly rent payable by each agent = $80,000 per month of income. That’s assuming agents don’t do any deals at all. If an agent does by average one deal per month than you got another 800 times $500 = $40,000 of revenue.

Running a big office cannot cost more than $30,000 to $40,000 per month. That is rent, employees, phones, Internet and office supplies. Real estate business is not capital intensive business. All you need is an office and couple of employees to do support for agents.

So what really happened? How can a company with so much income go bankrupt?

Did most of the agents stop paying the office rent? Was there some huge and costly problem (lawsuit)? Does anyone know anything?