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1) Before title to land is conveyed it is  desirable to have an accurate survey of the land that would provide the location of the boundary lines the correct acreage and if any encroachments exist.

 

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2) Before land is improved for the construction of drives, fences, or bulidings it is desirable to know the location of the boundary lines to avoid encroaching onto adjoining property and possible litigation at a later date.

 

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3) When a question arises as to the location of a boundary line between you and your neighbor.

Q: When is a survey usually required?
Q: What type of information do I need to provide to order a land survey?

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Your name, current address, phone number, the name of the current owner of the land, the Parcel Identification Number (PIN) of the property, and the Deed Book and Page number of the current deed. Any other information you may have, such as deeds, wills or maps may be of help.

Q:Who can survey my land?

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When it is determined that a land survey is needed, only a Professional Land Surveyor, licensed by the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors, is legally permitted to survey the land in North Carolina.

Q: How much does a Survey cost?
 

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Different types of surveying will cause the price to vary. Contact us today for a free estimate.

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