CRP Information for Landlords


If you own or manage a rental property and rent living space to someone, you must provide a CRP to each renter if either of these apply:

  • Property tax was payable in 2023 on the property.
  • The property is tax-exempt, but you made payments in lieu of property taxes.

Renters will need the CRP to apply for the Renter’s Property Tax Refund. You must give each renter a CRP by January 31, 2024.

For the most recent form, see 2023 CRP, Certificate of Rent Paid.  For more information about the CRP form, see the Landlord Instructions for Form CRP. You can also use e-Services to create CRPs online. 

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All residential property owners and managers can now use e-Services, our online filing and payment system, to create Minnesota Certificates of Rent Paid (CRPs).

Landlords are not required to use e-Services to create 2023 CRPs. However, landlords will be required to use e-Services to create 2024 CRPs.

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Calculations for Health Care Facilities

Health care facilities have special requirements for completing CRPs for their residents. 

Do not provide a CRP if a resident’s entire care is paid under any of these assistance programs:

  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Minnesota Supplemental Aid (MSA)
  • Medical Assistance (MA or Medicaid)
  • General Assistance Medical Care (GAMC)
  • Housing Support (formerly Group Residential Housing or GRH)

Note: If assistance programs pay only part (or none) of a resident’s care, you must issue a CRP.

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