At South Texas Surveying, we understand that Boundary Surveys are much more than simple measurements of land. Our approach involves extensive research into public records, deeds, and previous surveys to determine accurate boundary lines. This process not only involves physical measurement but also a thorough investigation to uncover the legal description of your property - the official written account of a property's boundaries.
What is a Boundary Survey?
A Boundary Survey is a detailed process that determines the exact boundaries of a property. It involves physical measurements and research into historical documents and public records to establish the precise limits of the property, often including a legal description.
Ensuring Accurate Land Surveys
By precisely understanding where your property's boundaries lie, we provide an accurate land survey, crucial in preventing potential future disputes and issues. Our focus on the legal description and historical data guarantees the reliability of our surveys, giving you peace of mind in your property investments.
Why Do I Need a Boundary Survey?
Generally, boundary surveys are required when purchasing, selling, or developing land. We provide the standard surveys requested by title companies, and realtors/lenders. These re-establish the boundary and show all permanent improvements in relation to the property lines, known easements, and known setbacks. Once all the necessary information is gathered and analyzed, our surveyors will present a drawing detailing the boundaries.
What are the different types of boundary surveys to choose from?
There are several different types of boundary surveys, such as cadastral surveys, ALTA/NSPS land title surveys, Category 1A Surveys and Land Title Surveys. The choice depends on the specific needs and requirements of the client and their project.
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A boundary survey accurately determines the property lines of a parcel of land. By establishing the precise boundaries of a property, professionals like architects, engineers, and real estate developers can confidently plan construction projects, ensure compliance with zoning regulations, and avoid legal disputes or encroachments. A boundary survey, conducted by licensed surveyors, provides detailed documentation of property lines, helping professionals make informed decisions and protect their investments.
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Surveying Texas Property for Over 40 Years
With over 40 years of experience surveying Texas properties, we provide reliable commercial and residential land surveying services. As a bonded and insured company, we specialize in ALTA/NSPS land title surveys, Category 1A Condition II surveys, residential surveys, topographic surveys, construction surveys, platting services, and elevation certificates. Our expertise spans diverse property types, such as acreage tracts, apartment complexes, shopping centers, hospitals, office buildings, industrial sites, cell towers, and more.
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At South Texas Surveying, we prioritize our clients' needs, delivering accurate and efficient results for every project. Our family's reputation is built on a commitment to excellence and client satisfaction. Learn more about our comprehensive surveying solutions tailored to meet the demands of commercial land development projects.
An ALTA Survey is a detailed survey performed by a registered licensed surveyor, prepared in accordance with the standards specified by the American Land Title Association (ALTA) and the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS).
A Category 1A Land Title Survey locates all important factors affecting boundary locations, ownership lines, rights of way and easements within or adjacent to a tract of land. The important difference between a Category 1A Survey and a "regular" survey is that a Category 1A Survey is specifically designed to meet the needs of title insurance companies.
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