KNOW WHAT YOU OWN
Your property will be measured to find any existing monuments, and evidence of boundary lines such as; fences and any such item located within proximity of the boundary line. Other improvements on the property can be located such as buildings, driveways, ponds, utilities, etc. When a boundary survey is requested, enough monumentation and evidence is gathered to verify the true location of the property boundary in question. All property corners either found or reset, if necessary, are visibly marked by a wood lathe. The actual property corner is typically a magnetic iron bar, iron bar in concrete, pipe, stone and or stones, that is typically found flush to the ground or underneath. The information gathered in the field is drafted to create a “picture” of the property. Final hard copies of the survey are delivered to the owner. The survey can show recorded easements and building lines on the drawing, structures and improvements including fences, retaining walls, and items located in proximity to the property line on the drawing. A boundary survey can be put to use for the purpose of building structures, fences, landscaping, or other improvements to the property.
Serving REaltors & lenders
A mortgage report gives a broad idea of the overall property and house location. It shows structure lines and recorded easements on the drawing. This report will achieve the mortgage company’s requirement for a survey. We work with you to achieve a fast turnaround time for mortgage closings.
Unlike a Boundary Survey property corners are not marked during this survey. Potential issues with neighboring properties will not be shown on the drawing. A mortgage report does not contain enough information for building new structures or fences.
FEMA Surveys - Flood Elevation Certificates, LOMA, LOMR
Residential & Commercial
Is your property in a flood plain? Do you need to carry flood insurance?
Our services include performing a pre-investigation of your property to evaluate your home's flood risk. We will come to your property to conduct a full on-site evaluation. Then we'll recommend the next possible steps.
1. Filing a LOMA (Letter of Map Amendment) A reclassification of your home or structure out of the risk area of flood plain.
2. Perform an Elevation Certificate
Elevation Certificates determine the actual elevation of the home or structure, located on the property. It will determine if the home or structures are located within the flood zone base flood elevation. Elevation Certificates can be used by insurance agents to adjust flood insurance premium ratings are also used for building permits, if requested by the municipal building departments, and any other FEMA related requirements.