Floor plans are just not available on most properties. New homes have floor plans in their brochures most of the time. I wish there was a way to supply floor plans. One thing that I use is a video walk through of the property so that you can get a better idea of how the home is laid out. With video you can also see the condition of the property first hand.
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For properties that were a custom build I have found those plans on the tax assessors office website.
When renting in Las Vegas especially from out of town I recommend that you do check with the county recorders office to ensure that the property is owned by the people or company you are renting it from and that the property is not in foreclosure.
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There is a company in Las Vegas that does supply the archives for most of the floor plans of the tract built homes since 1980 (not custom homes). However, many agents either don't pay to have that service or they do not know how to use that part of the program (it is part of a larger program), and so they don't put the floor plans on the MLS with their listings.
Less than 2% of the listings on homes for sale on the Las Vegas MLS include the floor plans. When we work with buyers, if they are particularly interested in a property based on the photos, we can usually track down the matching floor plan.
And rentals are even less likely to have a floor plan. In fact, don't know if I have ever seen a floor plan on a listing for a rental in Las Vegas.
In New York the commissions are almost as high on rentals as they are on sales, and so real estate agents are happy to work with them. In Las Vegas it is the opposite. Rentals are pretty much a courtesy service, and agents are lucky to make enough to buy lunch on the commission from them. Very few agents will even show rentals - usually they are rookie agents doing it just for the experience.
So getting floor plans from either the listing agent or the showing agent is going to be highly unlikely.
I hope that answers your question?
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