A Boundary Survey is usually ordered in anticipation of a real estate closing. The purchaser, generally at the lender’s request, stipulates if the survey is required to meet American Land Title Association, National Society of Professional Surveyors specifications or State of Florida Standards of Practice. The standards specified determine the level of detail and accuracy that the surveyor will be required to obtain and reflect on the survey drawings.
These requirements, along with numerous other elements, determine the overall costs associated with acquiring a Commercial Boundary Survey. In this post we are going to look at the basic information and main elements that are taken in consideration during the Boundary Survey cost process:
Again, there are several requirements and elements that go into determining the cost of a Boundary Survey above and beyond what is listed above. If you are considering purchasing a commercial parcel of land for your business, call the professional surveyors at Stoner to discuss your project at 954-585-0997. We will be able to guide you through what surveys you will need and assist you in making a sound financial decision for your business.
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The most common type of land survey is known as a Boundary Survey or cadastral survey.
This type of survey involves determining the precise boundaries and measurements of a parcel of land. Boundary surveys are conducted to establish legal property boundaries, identify property lines, and resolve boundary disputes.
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