Boundary Surveys are performed to locate the boundary corners of a piece of property so that the owner can easily know the extent of their property. Knowing where your property’s boundary lies can help when building a fence, shed, driveway, other improvements, and in numerous other situations. Find out more about Boundary Surveys.
An ALTA survey is based on a set of minimum standards of performance for precision and detail jointly established by the American Land Title Association (ALTA) and the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (ACSM). Lenders and Title insurance companies may require an ALTA survey. Find out more about ALTA Surveys.
Flood Certificates, also known as FEMA elevation certificates are used to determine the likelihood of a home or building being damaged in a flood. There are a number of reasons a homeowner might benefit from obtaining a Flood Certificate. Take a look at our FEMA elevation certificate page to find out more.
A Topographic Survey depicts the various elevations throughout a piece of property. It shows how the elevation changes due to hills, ditches, streams, cliffs, man-made elevation changes, and more. This information can be very valuable to homeowners or professional builders. Find out more about Topographic Surveys.