A land title survey is the most commonly used type of survey when property is being purchased. Its purpose is to provide the buyer with detailed information concerning easements, building lines, improvements and fence locations as well as possible problems with property, such as encroachments or overlapping of boundaries. Having a survey done prior to closing will help to protect your investment, much like insurance for your home or car.

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This defines the exact legal borders of a property. It involves research of historical records and physical measurements to establish property lines and corner markers.

Similar to a boundary survey, this focuses on verifying the legal description of a property for title insurance purposes.

This survey is used for planning construction projects. It considers property lines, easements, and existing structures.

Also similar to a boundary survey, this survey is performed for planning construction projects, landscaping, or other improvements that require precise information.

This survey specifically focuses on construction projects, particularly verifying the location and accuracy of concrete formwork before pouring concrete foundations. It ensures the building is positioned correctly on the property and avoids any conflicts with property lines or easements.

This survey marks the completion of a construction project, ensuring it complies with plans and regulations.

This document verifies the elevation of a building relative to a flood zone, required by some lenders in flood-prone areas.


This is a specific type of boundary survey meeting the American Land Title Association standards, often required for commercial properties.

These are technologies (GPS – Global Positioning System, CORS – Continuously Operating Reference Station) used for precise location measurements in modern surveying.

This refers to a legal property description method using specific directions and distances.

This involves creating a formal map (plat) dividing a larger piece of land into smaller lots.

These surveys are required for dividing land into new lots or developments.

This survey maps the elevation and features of a land surface, useful for development projects, drainage, and other planning.

Land surveyor with total station