Registered Property Receivers Scheme
Registered Property Receivers Scheme
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Becoming an RPR

Becoming an RPR

There are a number of benefits to becoming an RPR, not least the trust and confidence that submission to voluntary regulation engenders with potential clients. Indications are that a number of leading banks will now only consider appointing those who are Registered Property Receivers.

In order to become or remain registered as an RPR, individuals must meet the Registration Criteria.

Application for scheme membership is generally by a combination of examination (administered by the IPA) and successful completion of a critical analysis and peer review (conducted in accordance with the prevailing RICS assessment procedure). 

Additionally, there are experience requirements (and CPD requirements for continuing RPRs).

 

The process usually begins with the written exam in June, which candidates must pass prior to progressing to the peer interview, typically held in late September/October.  Applicants who have previously passed the JIEB with the last 5 years will generally be exempt from the examination stage, but must complete the critical analysis and peer interview.  Final results are usually available shortly after the peer interviews are completed.
 
Comprehensive details and an application form are contained within an Examination Candidate Information document:  How to become a Registered Property Receiver
 
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