There are many reasons to obtain a land survey of your property. Knowing where your property lines are for your home can be a very difficult process, but can be important in the future. It is crucial to know where you property lines are so your land development can stay in your plot of land. Should you not take the time to do this, you could be facing legal disputes with neighbors or other businesses in the area. You want to avoid any legal disputes that may arise, as they are not fun to deal with regarding land. Here are a few resources that you can use to determine your property lines.
If you simply want to figure out where your boundary lines are on your property, you can obtain a land survey. With a land survey, you will receive the most accurate results of your property, including any boundary or topographic changes. Land surveys are unlike the deed to your house. While a deed may include detailed information about your property when it was first lined out, it isn't the same as getting a land survey.
Getting a land survey can avoid any pitfalls when it comes to land disputes. Should you run into any land problems with a neighbor or another business, the first stop you should be taking is at an assessor's office. Most assessor's office have on hand detailed land surveys of each and every property within the area, many of them up to date on your boundary lines. You can use these land surveys to take measurements of your own land and approximate how much you actually own. These figures may not exactly be accurate, but sometimes this is all you need.
Should you not find an updated land survey of your property at the assessor's office, and require a new land survey, don't be afraid to contact us here at Adkan Engineers for a new one. Getting a land survey is critical to the development of your land, whether commercial or residential as it can prevent any problems with your boundary lines conflicting with others. Having all the paperwork necessary to prove to anyone that you own what you own makes getting a land surveying all the more important. For more information about land surveying or to schedule a land survey today, give us a call!