PROPERTY OWNERSHIP CHANGES


Red Deer County receives all Land Ownership changes from Alberta Land Titles. When an owner sells a property, the Land Transfer Documents are filed with Alberta Land Titles. Information is then sent to Red Deer County, on a bi-weekly basis, to make any changes needed. Our system must match what Alberta Land Titles has. This is how we receive the new owners’ name and mailing address (no phone numbers).

In order to remove, change, or add a name on a titled property, you must file through Alberta Land Titles. This can be done through a lawyer or through any registry office that handles Land Title changes, or by contacting Alberta Land Titles at 780.427.2742. There is a cost to do so.

When filling out any paper work for Land Titles, please verify that your mailing address is current and correct. If the mailing address on information Red Deer County receives from Land Titles is different than our system, the mailing address will be changed to the one reported from Land Titles as Land Titles is Red Deer County’s official source for property ownership and mailing address information.

Note: Manufactured mobile homes in Manufactured Mobile Home Parks are not titled property, see FAQ: Manufactured Mobile Home Parks for more information

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1. UNDERSTANDING YOUR ASSESSMENT
2. ASSESSMENT CLASSES
3. ASSESSMENT INSPECTIONS
4. PROPERTY OWNERSHIP CHANGES
5. MANUFACTURED MOBILE HOME PARKS
6. ASSESSMENT COMPLAINT SYSTEM
7. EDUCATION PROPERTY TAX
8. SENIOR'S FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
9. DECLARING SCHOOL SUPPORT
10. MAILING ADDRESS CHANGES
11. OFFSITE LEVIES