A Real Property Report (RPR) is an integral part of a real estate transaction. An RPR will show all relevant improvements situated on your property and any encroachment that may affect your parcel of land or onto adjacent property. This report will ensure that all compliance issues are identified.
Why do you need a RPR? The RPR is an important component of the Real Estate transaction. Whether you are purchasing a new home or planning on selling, always obtain an up to date Real Property Report.
During the busy real estate season, it is important to plan on obtaining a current RPR early in the listing process as a completed RPR with compliance can take a few months depending on what is discovered and needs to be resolved.