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Let us help make the search for your next home easier. Here’s a quick run down on top questions to consider during your apartment rental search process.
 
Price - What does it cost for the apartment (studio, 1, 2, 3, or 4 bedroom) you’re looking for? What does that price include?
Neighborhood - What’s the neighborhood like? Where would you grocery shop? What restaurants, cafes, retail centers, entertainment and cultural venues are in the area?
Transportation - What would your commute to school or work look like? Is there public transportation nearby?
Lifestyle - Is the community pet friendly? What do the interior of the apartments look like? What community amenities are available? Are there any social events at the apartment community?
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When is the Best Time to Rent an Apartment?

The best time of year to rent an apartment is when you need to, of course. But if you have some flexibility - are in a month-to-month lease or are crashing with your folks, for example - planning the timing of your move into an apartment rental can pay off.

Spring and Summer: In general, May through September is the busiest moving season. Kids are out of school, college students have left for the summer, and the good weather makes hauling items across town or country easier. The result is a dynamic rental market where inventory is typically higher, giving you a wider selection of apartments to choose from. 

Fall and Winter: During the fall and winter seasons, the apartment rental market typically slows down. The disadvantage of searching for an apartment during this time is inventory tends to be lower. But the upswing is that because demand for apartments is lower, you have a greater chance at finding a deal on rent. 

It’s September! Ask our staff whether we're offering any seasonal move-in specials.
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Now that the outside temperatures are finally warming up, its time to make use of any outdoor space at your apartment. Lounging outside after a long day of work can provide the needed relaxation you have been waiting for. Consider the following ideas if you have a patio or balcony that could use a freshen up for the summer season. 
* If you haven’t tackled the cleaning yet, it's time to remove the cobwebs, dirt and other debris that have accumulated. Be sure to give the deck a good sweep or wash. 
* If you haven’t already, it may be time to invest in an outdoor patio set. Or perhaps you can just freshen up any faded cushions or accent pillows to give your set a fresh feel.
* Plant a few of your favorite flowers or vegetables to add some color and fragrance to your patio in pots or garden boxes.
* Be sure you are making use of shelving units and hanging what you can to conserve space. Double duty furniture like deck boxes can be used as both a table and storage and can be quite handy. 
* And finally, its time to unwind and share your apartment's outdoor space with company. 

If you have any ideas to add we would like to hear them! 
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Want to start your spring and summer off on the right foot? A clean house will surely help! Here are a few insightful tips to help you conquer all of your cleaning tasks for the coming months.

1. Work from the top down, inside to outside, to avoid getting what you just cleaned dirty again.
2. Do one room or one area of a room at a time to avoid unfinished jobs. The satisfaction of seeing one room sparkle will make the hard work feel like it's worth the effort.
3. When tidying, reduce trips around the house by temporarily depositing items in one organized area near by. Once you’ve finished cleaning you can find those miscellaneous items a proper place. 
4. Efficiency is key, so clean two things at once. While laundry is going, scrub the shower stall.
5. Make small repairs on easy to fix items….If you're not handy, hire someone who is, or better yet, look up a fix-it-yourself video and learn while you clean. 
6. Invest in a good pair of rubber gloves to protect your skin and nails from cleaning chemicals.
7. Dust before vacuuming or cleaning the floor. Try an extendable feather or lambswool duster for reaching above window casings, door frames, and corners. Household rags are invaluable for jobs requiring a damp cloth – natural fibres work best.
8. Buy a mop with a squeeze mechanism and a decent-size heavy-duty pail – ones with a measuring scale help get soap-to-water ratios correct.
9. Don't stand your brooms on their bristles. It will destroy their shape and diminish their effectiveness. Instead, get a broom holder or hook at your local home improvement store. 
10. Use a Swiffer for light dusting, or your favorite broom or vacuum attachment to clean hardwood floors. Then damp-mop with a mild cleaner such as Murphy Oil Soap to make your floors sparkle and shine. 

If you have any other helpful spring cleaning tips & tricks let us know in the comments below!
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Start 2015 off fresh with these green cleaning and organizing tips!

Below are a few tips to spruce up your apartment for the new year. 

1) Go through cabinets, closets, and desks to find and recycle all unneeded paper products.
2) Feeling the burden of an overstuffed closet? Give your old clothes a second life; donate any unused clothing to Goodwill!
3) Recycle your electronic products. Most electronics stores will take your old or broken products and recycle them. Avoid tossing those in the trash!
4) Use eco-friendly cleaning supplies. Most stores carry a great selection of environmentally friendly cleaning products, pick some up on your next shopping trip. Or, better yet - make your own! Simple household items like baking soda and vinegar can be used for any number of jobs.
5) Freshen up! Simmering water, citrus peel, and fresh mint or basil will lighten up the air in your apartment without any added toxins from synthetic air-fresheners (and it will save you money as well!). Make sure you never leave your stove unattended. 

Why wait until spring, when cleaning can be this simple? Keeping it green will help your apartment stay healthy and toxin free. What are your favorite go-to green cleaning or organizing tips? Comment below to share your ideas!
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The holiday season is officially here which means it’s time for holiday festivities and friendly gatherings. Here are a few holiday entertaining tips that will help you throughout the holiday season:

Plan Ahead The holiday season is a busy time of year so be sure to plan your gatherings ahead of time. Consider sending invitations in advance to allow for scheduling. 
Create a Child-friendly Area If children will be coming over make sure they have a safe area to play and some form of entertainment to keep occupied. 
Consider Space Be sure you have proper amount of seating, dishes, food and beverages prepared for your guest and respect any common areas with your neighbors.
Plan an Activity Have an activity planned in case guests need something to do after eating. A gift exchange, board game, photo booth or other activity will keep your company entertained.  
Include Neighbors. Consider inviting close neighbors to a holiday function. Your neighbors will appreciate the gesture and this may be a good opportunity to get to know them better. 

Let us know if you have any additional entertaining ideas in the comment section below!
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#July is a month to celebrate with family and friends!
Some of the best summer celebrations involve barbecues or cookouts. Click below for a few safety tips for your next get together. 

1. Whether you use a charcoal or gas barbecue always make sure to follow proper safety precautions when lighting, cooking, and storing the barbecue.  Follow factory guidelines when using lighter fluid or propane tanks, clean your grill regularly to prevent grease fires, and store your grill away from anything that is flammable or hazardous. 
2. You should know the proper cooking temperatures and preparation for the food you are serving at your get together (especially meat). The last thing you want to do is make your friends or family sick. 
3. Make sure to have plenty of drinking water on hand so your guests can stay well hydrated.
4. Provide shade or a covered area where your guests can get out of the sun and cool off.
5. If you will be serving alcoholic beverages at your get together, please enjoy responsibly and make sure your guests do so as well.
6. If you will be lighting off #fireworks at your get together make sure you use extreme caution when handling, lighting, and disposing of the fireworks.  Keep water or a fire extinguisher nearby, never point the fireworks toward anyone else, and always stand a safe distance from the devices.  Make sure you know local laws and regulations regarding pyrotechnics and fireworks.  
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August 4th is National Night Out and we’re celebrating! Join your neighbors for food, drinks, and fun at our block party at the community pool from 6pm to 8pm. We hope to see you there!!
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How to Decorate Small Spaces for the Holidays

It’s the time of year to bring out holiday decorations and get in the festive spirit. No matter what size space; a little creativity can go a long way in transforming any room in your home. Here are some tips to help you get started! 

1. Holiday Cards - if you’re receiving holiday greeting cards from friends and family you can use them as wall decorations next to other holiday-themed decorations
2. Half Trees - if your space does not support an entire tree you can utilize a half or even quarter tree (for corners) to save space
3. “Gingerbread” Houses - use graham crackers to to create a mini “gingerbread” house
4. Windows - make use of your window space by creating beautiful snowflakes with a glue gun
5. Serving Tray - if you’re hosting guests, consider a tiered serving tray (stacked vertically) to save table space
6. Ornaments - get creative with your ornament decorations and hang them from your ceiling - bonus points for hanging them on lights

What decorating tips do you have for your home? Let us know in the comments below!
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Summer is almost over!

Time for one last vacation before the warm weather ends? Click below for tips to keep your home safe while you enjoy your vacation.

1. Let the landlord or office manager know you will be out of town. They can hold any mail or packages that come for you, and more importantly watch for any suspicious activity around your home.  
2. You can arrange to have a trusted friend or neighbor watch your home while you are out of town. Make sure to give your landlord or office manager the name of the person you have watching your home so they do not report this person as a trespasser.      
3. Unplug electronics that are not absolutely necessary while you are away. Most electronics still use power if you leave them plugged in. Examples of things to unplug include: TVs, video game systems, lamps, computers, and small kitchen appliances.
4. Clean your home before you leave. Remove any perishable foods from the refrigerator, take out the garbage, and sweep or vacuum.  Why ruin your vacation by having to clean when you return home?
5. Lastly, if you are not taking your car on a long road trip, make sure to remove all valuables and park it in a safe place.

Comment below with any of your own suggestions or ideas on keeping your home safe this summer. 
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Summer is here!

Click below for tips to help you have a happy and healthy summer! 

1. Do you want to save energy, money, and keep your home cool this summer? Remember to keep windows and blinds closed during the hotter hours of the day, turn off any unnecessary lights or appliances when not in use, and use ceiling or window fans at night to cool your home  

2. During summer we all like to open up windows and let the fresh air flow through our homes. Unfortunately, many people forget you should always close and lock your windows when leaving home whether it is just for the day or for a long summer vacation. 

3. There is nothing worse than getting into your car when it has been sitting in the sun all day. Park your car in a shaded or covered parking spot. Over time this can also help save the paint job and interior of your car. 

4 Get outdoors to enjoy your favorite sport or hobby, stay hydrated, and regularly apply sunscreen. These simple things can go a long way to keeping you happy and healthy this summer

Have any summer tips or hints of your own? Share them with us by leaving a comment below.
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Make the Most of Your Apartment Space

Here are some tips on making #apartmentliving a little less cramped, and a lot more functional!

1. Free up space on side tables by using swing arm lamps.
2. Use multipurpose furniture; desk by day, dining table by night!
3. Take advantage of space under your bed with bed risers or built in drawers.
4. Hang storage racks over doors to easily save floor and closet space.
5. Bring on the storage! Use a chest as an ottoman, or storage trunks for chairs.

Comment below with your favorite space saving tips and tricks!
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360 N Arroyo Grande Blvd Henderson, NV 89014
360 North Arroyo Grande BoulevardUSNevadaHenderson89014
(702) 434-4995gscapts.com
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Promontory Point's serene neighborhood lies in the beautiful Green Valley area, but is just minutes from the excitement of downtown Las Vegas. We have shopping, dining and entertainment options just around the corner at Galleria Mall, Sunset Station Casino and more, and we’re located in the preferred Green Valley School District. Our beautiful and spacious one, two and three-bedroom floor plans feature fireplaces, cathedral ceilings, huge walk-in closets, and washers and dryers. Within our grassy courtyards are two sparkling pools (one heated) with Wi-Fi, spa and playground. Find your home at Promontory Point Apartments, the best value in Green Valley!

Community Features
  • Preferred Green Valley school district
  • 2 Sparkling pools (1 heated) and spa
  • Near Lake Mead – Boat/RV parking
  • Close to Galleria Mall, Sunset Station and more
  • Playground
  • Large pets welcome
  • On-site professional management
  • Exciting lease renewal options
  • Resident functions throughout the year
  • Our staff will exceed your expectations
  • Generous referral bonuses
  • Preferred Employer Plan discounts
Apartment Features
  • Beautiful and spacious floor plans
  • Roommate-style apartments available
  • Washer/dryer included
  • Wood-burning fireplaces
  • Cathedral ceilings
  • Huge walk-in closets
  • Free water/sewer
  • 24-hour emergency service
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"Quiet little apartment community surrounded by houses and townhouses."
"Hence to say no more leaky roof when it rains."
"Office staff and maintenance crew are great people."
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Jamie H
a month ago
The staff is always friendly and courteous. They take care of issues right away; I've never had an issue that wasn't taken care of within an hour. It is an older apartment community, but that means it was built back when they actually built things quality! The walls are insulated better than any other apartment community I've ever lived in, and I've lived here for 9 months and I've never had a power bill over $90. Granted, I have a renovated apartment with newer HVAC... I work from home, so I am constantly running lights/tvs/computer/ac. Hope this helps someone trying to gauge their next move.
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Christina Stowell
3 months ago
My family and I moved in last February 2015. We had so many issues with leaks and old appliances. Our washer broke and flooded twice and flooded the laundry room, bathroom and into the hallway. Instead of replacing our washer with new equipment they cut corners and use old equipment out of different apartments and where they store their old refurbished equipment. Our dryer broke and they did the samething. Our air-condioner leaked all over the carpet 3 times. Our unit outside ran out of free-on multiple times through the summer. Our NV energy bill was $280 for a 1100 square foot apartment. We came home to a roach problem and they blamed us for it. They claimed that we got roaches because we left our garbage outside. You don't get roaches from that. They replaced our fridge (that's where the roaches were nesting) with an old dirty fridge from a vacant apartment. Our sinks leaked, carpet was old and our doors had putty on the holes from previous Tennants. Before our lease was up, we had our last leak and the office manager told us that we weren't going to pay for the carpet since we had so many problems. Well, we ended up paying for it and a door that was puttied from a previous hole from previous Tennants. They used up all of our deposit and where we owe them. SAVE YOUR MONEY! DO NOT MOVE INTO THOSE APARTMENTS! So many more in that area and district that are newer with nicer amenities and you won't be stuck with huge energy bills because they are too cheap to replace their appliances with new ones. They'll stick you with the bill. The carpet hadn't been replaced since 2011 and they made us pay for it. Sneaky, lying office girls! SAVE YOUR MONEY AND STAY AWAY!
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Kerry Ann Hager
4 months ago
While the buildings and apartments are decent and it is a small, quiet community, their lack of communication skills and how to contact their tenants back is frustrating. This place would have earned 4 stars if they didn't decide half-way through our lease that we could no longer has reptiles. Management themselves had been in our apartment multiple times (due to our neighbor's unit flooding into ours) and they were all in plain sight. We hid nothing. I had even asked before bringing them in if reptiles were allowed, I was told yes, because they are in a cage "just like a hamster" is what one staff member told me. So when I received a notice, I was not happy. We do not cause trouble, rent is always on time, we are quiet people who literally stay to ourselves and never have any guests over. The last 6 months I have had to board my animals because the management decided half-way through our lease that they would change their policy. FYI, the actual lease agreement says nothing regarding reptiles. Our lease is up this month so once we find the house we want to buy, we will be done with this place. On the good side, Amy and Allison were very helpful getting us in here site-unseen. We were moving from out of state and the place we had leased at before had pulled some insanely "shady" practices. I have never had issues moving out of a place so didn't think about taking pictures when we moved; lesson learned. Amy and Allison both helped us greatly in dealing with the old complex and getting into this new one. If you only have small dogs or a cat, or no pets, this really is a nice place. It is clean, quiet, and safe. Every single day as I am leaving for work, the maintenance crew ALWAYS give a wave or a head nod and a smile. They are ALWAYS nice. I cannot complain about them being rude or unprofessional. I am just upset about my reptiles.
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Link Of Hyrule
2 years ago
I've been living here for the last two years and it's been wonderful. It's quiet, safe, and the ladies at the leasing office are super helpful and friendly. The apartments are lovely and are very generously priced. Definitely recommend.
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NVN8V 4LIFE
a month ago
Location, Location, Location!! Close to shopping centers, mall, grocery stores and restaurants all close by within 3 1/2 mile radius. Quiet little apartment community surrounded by houses and townhouses. Beautiful area. Pets are okay here, just suggest if you are not an animal lover, do not move here. There are lots of dog lovers that live here that enjoy socializing their furry four legged friends. On another note, buildings here are older built in the early 90's hence most of units are being "upgraded" with newer appliances and fixtures , so the rent is going up here. Office staff and maintenance crew are great people. Quick fixes in the apartment that need attention they are on it within a day or two no problem. If you have a major issue though they act like it's not their problem and there is nothing they can do about it their hands are tied and that you were the one that caused the problem. Case in point, a while ago after a major rain storm had a leaky roof in our closet and told the management about it the very next day, they acted like it wasn't their fault and they couldn't do anything about it. Unfortunately due to all the rain showers during the month of December, we had to remove all out stuff from the closet into our dining room for the entire month, all the while asking management when they were going to fix the leaky roof. After asking many times as nicely as we could unfortunately we had to write them a letter informing them that we are going to be contacting our lawyer and report them the the housing authority concerning the issue they were not fixing after asking nicely several times in a month. All the while documenting when the leak happened when we reported it and took multiple pictures for documentation purposes even showing management the pictures after every time it leaked so they could not say they did not know. Then all of the sudden within a week the roofers were out fixing the area of the roof that was leaking. Hence to say no more leaky roof when it rains. Needless to say the floor in the closet is a bit warped though. So for future reference if anyone gets this unit...you know why. Other than that we love this area of Henderson because it's quiet even though you have a major street near by and occasional emergency vehicles cruising down the street anygiven time of the day and in the mornings when school is starting at GVHS the street tends to get backed up for about 30 mins and leaving out of here can be a pain especially at the beginning of the school year. I definitely would recommend this place to anyone wanting a quiet area.
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Kim Ulmanis
3 months ago
Maintenance is friendly and quick, but the office staff is sorely lacking. It is clear they, along with corporate, are more concerned with money and incoming tenants than their current tenants. This place was fine when we moved in in 2012, but now that they're upgrading and attempting to force out old tenants by raising rents to ridiculous prices they care very little about those already here. If you need something upgraded they tell you it can't be done. What a crock. Paying nearly $900 a month on a 20+ year old unit that is in need of work and being told nothing can be upgraded is just sad. Tenants deserve better than that. Add in management's crappy communication skills and unwillingness to notify tenants when work (especially work that is loud and disruptive) is being done in a neighboring apartment and, well, it's not a place I'd easily recommend.
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Anita Barnes
9 months ago
My cat and I are very happy here. The office staff and maintenance guys are nice, the pool is nice, my neighbors are nice, it's close to the freeways and I can finally recycle again.
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Kathy Carver
a year ago
I lived here for over a year. I loved the it! The large bedroom window, large walk in closet, pool, location......I miss it!