On May 22nd, 2021 hosting of the Abandoned Property Registry, formerly known as the Las Vegas Foreclosure Registry, moved from Applied Analysis to the City of Las Vegas. Properties previously registered on the Applied Analysis hosted site have been migrated to the City of Las Vegas site.
Information for Properties previously registered with Applied Analysis
All of the property and registration information submitted for properties previously registered on the Applied Analysis hosted site has been migrated to the City of Las Vegas and associated to the same email address used to log-in to the Applied Analysis hosted site. Please use that same email address to create your new user account on the City of Las Vegas Citizen Portal.
Click on the link below to create your user account on the Citizen Portal.
Once you complete the new user account set-up, your account will load a dashboard with a complete list of the migrated properties associated to your email address. From the dashboard, you may request to deregister a property, pay fees and update contact information for the owner and/or property manager.
What is the Abandoned Property Registry?
On December 7, 2011, the City of Las Vegas City Council passed the Vacant Foreclosed Property Ordinance (Ordinance No. 6169) requiring the registration of vacant foreclosed properties to protect residential and commercial areas from blight resulting from the foreclosure crisis and un-maintained properties. On June 21, 2017 the City of Las Vegas City Council approved expanded provisions of the Vacant Foreclosed Property Program with the passing of Ordinance 6586.
The City of Las Vegas’ Vacant Foreclosed Property Ordinance (Ordinance No. 6586) applies to all types of property, including without limitation, single family and multifamily residential, commercial, industrial, entertainment and vacant properties.
If your property is in the City of Las Vegas, in default, abandoned or in danger of becoming abandoned, it is subject to the provisions of the City of Las Vegas Vacant Foreclosure Property Ordinance (Ordinance 6586). Any lender (or beneficiary or trustee who holds or has an interest in a deed of trust) on a property that is in default, located within the City of Las Vegas and abandoned or in danger of becoming abandoned must register that property.
If City of Las Vegas Code Enforcement determines that a lender has failed to register the property, notification of the failure to comply will be sent to the lender or the lender’s filing agent. Civil penalties of up to $500 per day for residential properties and $750 per day for commercial properties and criminal misdemeanor citations may be issued for failure to comply with the ordinance.
If you believe that there is a vacant foreclosure in your neighborhood that is either unregistered or the owner of a foreclosed vacant property is failing to properly maintain the property, please send an email to email@example.com. You can also contact us directly at 702 229-5154 Monday to Thursday between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
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Registering a New Property
If you have received a notification requesting that you register your property, please visit the Citizen Portal at https://www.lasvegasnevada.gov/dashboard and create or log-in to your user account to get started.
Once logged in to the Citizen Portal, from the left side of the page, click on Register For > Foreclosure Registry > Register. If your email address is associated to more than one contact record in our database, you will prompted to choose the appropriate contact record before proceeding to the next step.
Step 1 – Select Properties
Please enter the assessor parcel number (APN) or address of the property and click the search button to locate the address/APN in our database. The Abandoned Property Registry database is based on foreclosure records obtained from the Clark County Recorder’s Office. The property search will only return assessor parcel numbers and addresses located within the jurisdiction of the City of Las Vegas and with an active foreclosure filing.
You may check the primary jurisdiction of your property using the form below.