How to Handle Neighbors and Land Survey Issues

When deciding to buy or build a new house, one of the first and most important duties is to have a land survey completed. Getting a land survey is your chance to understand the boundaries of your home so you can plan your residence accordingly. It is important to respect these land boundaries, but there… Read more »

History of Land Surveyors

Have you ever seen a land surveyor taking measurements before and wondered how that job was established? Surprisingly, land surveyors have been around for centuries and although the job has changed, it has been an established career for some time. Land surveying, defined as the process by which land is mathematically measured and mapped, has… Read more »

Is the Estate ‘Real’? Why to Survey When Buying or Selling a Home

After enduring some struggles over the course of the last decade, the housing market is in excellent shape right now. In fact, according to one CNBC report that was released at the end of March, the seller’s market is stronger than it has been in years at the moment and many real estate agents are… Read more »

It’s About Time: A Change to the Second Could Improve Surveys

As the saying goes, time is of the essence. And if you didn’t think time could be any more accurate than the atomic clocks that most digital devices rely on daily, think again. Have you ever thought about how long a second really is? You probably haven’t because it’s here and gone in the blink… Read more »

Surveying and Job Site Safety

One of the first steps before beginning any construction project is typically land surveying. This part of the process is essential for the safety of the present and future of the building and its surroundings. If you’re planning on building a home or office, it’s vital to have a professional land surveyor measure, map out,… Read more »

Buying New Land? Have a Land Use Planning Survey Performed

There’s so much that goes into buying new land to build a home or commercial structure on. We wish it were as simple as buying the land, signing on the dotted lines, and starting the building process, but unfortunately it’s far from it. With so many factors to consider, such as drainage, stability concerns, traffic… Read more »