Homeowners

Homeowners

Homeowners typically need a surveyor to provide a general property survey in the following instances:

  • New Construction or Fencing
  • Encroachments or Easements
  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Boundary Disputes

Property surveys may not be required by a mortgage company or a realtor when considering a home purchase, but it’s important to do your due diligence when it comes to investing in a home or property in order to understand what problems might arise, such as boundary disputes, ownership disputes, and more.

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The amount of time and energy required to hire a surveyor is far less time and energy than it will take to settle disputes with neighbors and nearby landowners, to remove or move structures or fencing, and other problems that can occur without having knowledge of the property.

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While these types of problems do not arise in every real estate transaction, there are instances in which property surveys could have saved land or home owners a lot of time and headaches. Need a general property survey? Give us a call for a free custom quote today!

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