1) What is your
licensed service area?
Arizona, California, Colorado,
Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas,
Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, & Texas
2) How much will a survey cost?
- Pricing of services is based on a
broad spectrum of variables with each land survey. Some of these
variables include: Type of survey, Research involved, Size of
property, Terrain, Vegetation, Accessibility, Existing evidence on
property, and Time of year. Before a price can be estimated, a
scope of work must be determined.
3) Should I give an explanation of why
I need a survey?
- Absolutely. The more information the
surveyor has, the better and more accurate the job can be done.
4) Will a Surveyor determine my
- No. It is the clients responsibility
to supply a legal description of the property. The surveyors place
markers such as rebar, pipes or stakes on the corners, and if
applicable, show encroachments and easements. You will be provided
with a Plat showing the results of the survey.
5) What causes conflicts of boundaries?
- Many reasons can collaborate to
cause disputes over boundary lines and easements. Earth shift and
recording of legal descriptions without the assistance of a
qualified surveyor are two of such reasons.
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