A boundary survey is a graphic representation of a surveyor’s professional determination of the metes and bounds of a given plot, parcel, or tract of land based upon existing physical evidence, field measurements and diligent research. Boundary surveys are typically performed for the purposes of conveyance, resolve property disputes, or for getting a mortgage. These surveys are typically used by title companies and mortgage lenders as a graphic representation of the substantial improvements on the property and to depict any visible easement. The drawing provided can help to shed light into issues of interest to the title of the property (i.e. easements). Only a survey prepared by a licensed land surveyor can describe and clarify where the boundary line is in reference to existing structures on your property such as:
This survey does not establish property corners on the ground and cannot be used for building/design purposes.