Here at TITAN Land Surveying we specialize in performing Real Property Reports (RPR) for Residential and Commercial properties including Lake Lots and Acreages (Rural/Urban Properties).
Our typical turnaround is 3 to 5 business days.
Other services include:
Early preparation can speed up the process of selling your property or resolve any outstanding issues.
If you would like to order a Real Property Report; call us today! You can also order via our RPR Request Form.
A Real Property Report (RPR) is a legal document that clearly illustrates the location of significant visible improvements relative to property boundaries. It takes the from of a plan or illustration of various physical features of the property. It can relied upon by buyers, sellers, lenders and the municipality as an accurate representation of the improvements on your property.
Municipal Compliance is a certificate/report confirming that all buildings and structures identified on the property have met the regulations under the Zoning Bylaw and have the appropriate development permits.
The cost of a Real Property Report (RPR) is determined by the nature and complexity of the property. Price can be dependent on a number of factors such as size of property, number of buildings/dwellings, survey evidence available, location, etc. All aspects of the survey will be discussed before the work is undertaken so all clients understand the total costs for their particular Real Property Report (RPR).
Only a registered Alberta Land Surveyor can legally prepare a Real Property Report (RPR). They are professionals who are governed by provincial law with a mandate to protect the public's interest with respect to property boundaries. They must be registered with the Alberta Land Surveyors Association (ALSA). They are fully responsible for its accuracy and carry Professional Liability Insurance as added protection to the Client.
If your Real Property Report (RPR) was completed by TITAN Land Surveying and you require it to be updated, please give us a call today! Only an Alberta Land Surveyor who prepared your original Real Property Report (RPR) can update it.