ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey
An ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey is required for most commercial and industrial property transactions. This survey is performed per the specifications adopted by the American Land Title Association and the National Society of Professional Surveyors.
Boundary surveys are generally associated with large acreage transactions. Likely, they will be required by your lender. We can also assist if you just need to know if a fence encroaches on your property or protrudes onto your neighbor’s property.
These are the most common type of survey, and is often required in residential transactions by the lendor. These help determine property lines and are used to settle property and boundary disputes such as easements and encroachments. Various standards exist that Boundary Surveys must adhere to including those set forth by the Board of Professional Land Surveying the Texas Society of Professional Surveyors.
New construction generally involves Construction Surveys. Construction Surveys typically involve the staking of improvements shown on construction plans.
Most cities now require a property to be platted prior to any improvements being built upon the property. This
process involves creating a map for acceptance by the City and filing at the County.