When should I get a survey?
- When buying or selling land, the location of which is not clearly defined on the ground.
- Before land is divided.
- If a line or corner is not defined
- Before building a shed, garage, house, or fence close to a line.
- Before developing the property.
- When you believe someone has encroached on your property.
What information does the surveyor need to complete the survey?
- A copy of a deed or title commitment.
- Surveyors need to know the location of the property.
- When it needs to be completed.
- Why there is a need for a survey.
What costs are associated with a survey?
The cost of the survey is based on several factors with physical size usually not a factor.
- How the property is described and monument information in the area.
- How much past surveying work has been done in the area.
- Terrain and physical obstructions.
- Recent development (Subdivision)
The above items depending can raise or lower the price of a survey. With professional fees, the more time required to solve the survey, the higher the cost of the survey.