Professional Land Surveyor Company
When might you need a Survey?
1. When buying or selling land, the location of which is not clearly defined on the ground.
2. Before land is divided.
3. If a lending institution requires a survey.
4. If a line or corner is not defined.
5. Before building close to a line.
6. Before a lot is conveyed from a larger tract.
7. Before developing the property.
8. When you believe someone has built on your property.
What can a Surveyor do for you?
1. Advise you whether you need a survey or not.
2. Examine your deed and adjoining deeds for problems.
3. Find and mark corners and property lines.
4. Establish new corners and property lines.
5. Survey subdivisions.
6. Make contour maps.
7. Cooperate with your attorney, title insurer, realtor, banker, architect, and engineer.
8. Locate improvements such as: wells, buildings, fences, right-of-ways, encroachments, etc.
What does the Surveyor need from you?
The more information you can furnish the Surveyor, the more you may expedite the Surveyor's work. Such information includes:
1. The purpose of the survey.
2. A copy of your legal description from a reliable source.
3. Information about disagreements over corners and lines.