There are a variety end users of Real Property Reports, some of these include but are not limited to:
- Property Owners – to be informed of locations of improvements within the property boundaries, any encroachments from adjacent properties, and property compliance with municipal requirements.
- Property Purchasers – to be informed of the boundary and improvement locations on the property, and any problems relating to the property boundaries.
- Municipalities – to assist them in determining compliance with bylaws and fire codes, and in the planning and development process.
- Mortgage Lenders – to be informed of conformance of improvements with municipal bylaws, and problems that may have to be resolved prior to registration of the mortgage.
- Realtors – to provide a visual representation of the property for sale, meet requirements of the real estate listing/purchase contract, and to have information to avoid delays in completing property transactions when an RPR is arranged early in the sales process.