Of the various land surveying questions we receive, one of the most common inquiries concerns what property corners are and how they’re determined. Finding and marking the corners of a property is an important part of land surveying and helps ensure an accurate survey result. Here’s a brief overview of what you should know. Property […]Read More
The Importance of a FEMA Flood Survey
Whether you’re buying land or building a home, it’s always a good idea to get a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) flood survey. There’s nothing more important than knowing everything about the property in which you’re investing. If the area has major potential for flooding, you should know. This is especially true if you plan […]Read More
What You Need to Know About Boundary Line Agreements vs. Boundary Line Adjustments
Even if two neighbors are good friends, they likely don’t see eye to eye on every subject. Some disputes are small enough that they can be resolved (or completely ignored) without any issue. But that might not be the case when it comes to disagreements about property lines. Property line disputes can either be resolved […]Read More
What Is a Lot Line Adjustment?
While buying and owning land is usually a wise investment, like everything else, it’s not without its limits. Your local town or city has likely divided up various parcels of land into “lots” of various sizes. Sometimes the lots are uniform and similar in size and shape, and sometimes they are wildly different. But because […]Read More
What Is a Topographic Survey, and When Is It Needed?
Have you ever been walking down the street and witnessed someone in an orange or yellow vest standing behind a tripod? They were probably there with another person, and they were likely holding a clipboard and peering through a lens on top of said tripod. Despite the tripod, they weren’t merely taking pictures—those people were […]Read More