What is an RPR?

RPR, Real Property Report, Real Estate Terminology, Do I Need One?

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A Real Property Report (RPR) is a legal document an Alberta Land Surveyor prepares. It's basically a high-level drawing of the property, the boundaries, and the buildings and structures on it, so buyers know exactly what they're buying. An RPR contains the legal description and municipal address of the property.

You should have received this document when you purchased the home and you will need an up to date RPR when you sell the home.

If you have made changes to the exterior of your home, you will need an updated RPR. "Changes" can include small things like a deck or an air conditioning unit.

Pssst.... Check out our handy Seller's Checklist that will help keep you on track! This cool tool let's you know what steps to take and when!

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