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SURVEY TYPES

A boundary survey is what it says: a survey to define the boundaries of a tract of land. Upon completion, property corners are set with rebar and lathe

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TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEYING

Locates all surface features of your property, and depicts all natural features and elevations. In essence it is a 3-dimensional map of a 3-dimensional property showing all natural and man-made features and improvements.

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Improvement location reporting is a narrative report, accompanied by a property sketch, which is then typically issued to a title, abstract or escrow company or a lending institution.

Starting at $250.00

An ALTA Survey is a specialized Boundary Survey of a property that adheres to strict standards developed by the American Land Title Association (ALTA) and the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS).

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Proximity analysis is one way of analyzing locations of features by measuring the distance between them and other features in the area. The distance between point A and point B may be measured as a straight line or by following a networked path, such as a street network.

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An Elevation Certificate (EC) is an administrative tool used by the (NFIP) to provide elevation information necessary to ensure compliance with community floodplain management ordinances; to inform mitigation actions that will lower flood risk. The EC lists a building’s location, lowest point of elevation, flood zone, and other characteristics.

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