What’s the Process for Completing a Boundary Survey?
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We may be able to give you a quote for your survey over the phone.
We learn about your needs. Like working with an attorney, to best help you we need to know as much about your situation as possible.
What’s the time frame for completing the survey?
What’s driving you?
Are you doing estate planning?
Are there any unique circumstances surrounding your property?
Do you know of previously completed surveys?
Do you have some evidence of your boundary line that is not readily available through public records, like title abstracts or survey plats?
We develop an approach personalized to your needs.
Once we learn about your specific situation, we provide you with a quote to perform your requested surveying services. Once you accept the quote, we begin working on your survey and meet your time frame for completion.
We research record documents (deeds, easements, surveys, plats and section corner records).
We locate existing monuments (property corners) in the field and verify if they’re in the correct location.
We set any missing property corners based upon records, monuments, and other evidence found in the course of our fieldwork.
We draw a survey plat showing the parcel that was surveyed.
We file the survey plat with the proper county or state offices.