ALTA/NSPS Land title survey is the most comprehensive type of survey and improvement location. It covers all the aspects of the boundary survey and improvement location.
A survey of the property boundary according to the description in the recorded deed. Rural acreage surveys also include surveys of new parcels to be created that meet the County zoning requirements if any are required.
Subdivision Survey (commonly referred to as subdivision platting) is the process of splitting a tract of land into smaller parcels. This shows monumentation and survey data on a map.
A property boundary survey is a process carried out to determine property lines and define true property corners of a parcel of land described in a deed. Sometimes a property boundary survey is required to rezone property that lies within the city limits of a town.
A “Lot Survey” may also be known as a “Closing Survey” or “Mortgage Survey.” Typically, this type of survey is done at the request of banks, realtors, attorneys, and title companies prior to a closing.
The Flood Elevation Certificate performed by a surveyor is an important tool of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). To determine the proper flood insurance premium rate for the building.
A Topographic Survey is a survey that gathers data about the elevation of points on a piece of land and presents them as contour lines on a plot. The purpose of a topographic survey is to collect survey data about the natural and man-made features of the land, as well as its elevations.
An easement is defined as the right to use, cross or access another's piece of land without assuming ownership. ... Easements are also commonly granted to utility companies (utility easements) to run various lines across the land. Some may affect where you can place fences or other structures on your property.
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