All rental property owners, managers or operators must provide a Certificate of Rent Paid (CRP) to each person who rented from them during the previous year unless the property is tax-exempt.
You must give each renter a CRP by Jan. 31, 2013 if:
- property tax was payable in 2012 on the property, or
- you were not required to pay property tax but you made “payments in lieu of property taxes”
Renters need the CRP to apply for the state Property Tax Refund (“renter’s refund”).
For detailed information and a copy of the CRP, see Landlord Instructions for Form CRP (2012).
If you have a lot of renters, you may prefer to use a software product to generate CRPs or to produce your own. For more information:
View a list of CRP software products.
Download Landlord Specifications for Substitute Certificates of Rent Paid (CRP)