Do you have CPR maps?

The Hawaii Real Estate Commission (“Commission”) only receives maps during the initial submission for a Developer’s Public Report or if the developer files an amendment or amended report that changes the map. Furthermore, the Commission does not receive any updates whatsoever to the Developer’s Public Report once the developer sells all units. Any changes by the association are not reported to the Commission and thus the Commission has no records of any changes by an association to a CPR map.

The Commission only retains supporting documents for ten years. Once ten years from submission has passed, the supporting documents, including the ten year old map, are destroyed. The Developer’s Public Reports are retained currently indefinitely, but most do not contain maps. You may access the database for all Developer’s Public Reports here.

For updated maps, please contact the Bureau of Conveyances or the respective association for the condominium map you are searching for.