What is an RPR & Why You’ll Need One

Real Property Report: In Alberta, unless the buyer agrees otherwise, the seller must provide a Real Property Report (RPR) with evidence of municipal compliance to the buyer prior to the deal closing. An RPR is a legal document prepared by an Alberta Land Surveyor that shows property boundaries and improvements (structures) relative to the property’s boundaries. Evidence of municipal compliance confirms that property improvements comply with the municipality’s Bylaws and Regulations. It does not mean the building’s use complies with their Land Use Bylaws, easements, covenants, legislation, or other requirements affecting land or buildings. Contact an Alberta Land Surveyor if you need to update your RPR or obtain a new one.

Global Raymac Surveys
Global Raymac Surveys
(403) 283-5455

Suite 312, 4000 4th Street S.E.
Calgary, AB, T2G 2W3

Blackstone Geomatics Inc.
Blackstone Geomatics Inc.
(403) 807-2496

4663 Quentin Street SW
Calgary, Alberta T2T 6J1

Arc Surveyors Ltd.
Arc Surveyors Ltd.
(403) 277-1272

201B – 38th Avenue NE
Calgary, AB T2E 2M3

Source: Real Estate Council of Alberta