We’re gathering feedback from Albertans on homebuyer protection polices and programs that were implemented to ensure new homes being built meet construction safety and quality standards.
Your input in this review will help us understand how well the current policies and programs are protecting Albertans by providing insights into the challenges and opportunities.
Complete our online survey by December 22 to share your feedback on:
- education opportunities and navigating the home warranty system
- an advisory group focused on home warranty
- builder competencies
- program applications for owner builders
- claims dispute resolution process
The New Home Buyer Protection Act came into force in 2014 and requires every new home built in Alberta to have warranty protection and all home builders in the province to be licensed.
Survey open until December 22, 2022
Results under review
Who is listening
Ministry of Municipal Affairs
Complete our online survey by December 22, 2022, to share your perspectives on homebuyer protection policies and programs on newly built homes.
We held a series of targeted, facilitated engagement sessions with stakeholder groups to better understand their concerns and perspectives.
Your feedback will help us identify challenges and opportunities related to homebuyer protection polices and programs on newly built homes and may inform the development of new policies, programs or legislation.
Connect with the Residential Protection Program if you have questions about the act, new home warranty or builder licensing:
Last updated: November 24, 2022