A boundary survey is one of the most comprehensive types of surveys available when you are wanting to know information regarding your property. The boundary survey has many purposes. Here are the most commonly used:
1. Identify and locate your property corners. Property corners can then be used to identify and establish the location of your property line.
2. Locate improvements located on the property to include:
- House, sheds and additional buildings
- Retaining Walls
- Other items of a permanent nature
3. Show easements of record.
The boundary survey makes it known, what you own – not only to yourself, but to all of the adjoining/neighboring properties. It provides physical markers to identify the limits of your property ownership. A licensed land surveyor is the only person who can legally perform a boundary survey. Recognize our newest licensed Professional Land Surveyor?
Shelly Clark of Cardinal Surveying
Information provided should not be considered legal advice and all buyers, agents and title companies should consult their attorneys for legal advice.