When you need data about property easements and boundaries, you need an accredited land title survey that follow the standards and procedures of the American Land Title Association, known as the ‘ALTA/ACSM’ survey It is a due diligence step for commercial purposes, and it is conducted not just to provide information on boundaries and easements, but to offer information to setback requirements, property height requirements, and county zoning laws.
It is important to hire an established and experienced land surveying company that has a good track record in conducting ALTA ACSM surveys for a wide array of clients, including developers, architects, engineers, and property owners. That way, you can trust their survey methods, which will be critical in the accuracy and reliability of the results. The ALTA ACSM survey is critical to insurance companies when they need documentation proofs for security, claims, and other important matters. It may help lenders and purchasers evaluate the property and the land for benefits and potential risks.
There are many applications for the ALTA ACSM survey. It can provide suggestions for land improvements, such as roads, fences, rights of ways, and fences, and show easements and improvements, encumbrances, ownership areas, encroachments, and other critical aspects that may affect land ownership. ALTA/ACSM surveys may be commissioned when you need to have your land investigated further where property adverse rights may be possible.
The ALTA ACSM Survey is not like the typical boundary or topographic survey for contouring, mapping, and other traditional requirements. It offers a more precise, faster, and detailed information that you can use when making important decisions about using or selling your land. Consider hiring a reputable land surveying company with a proven excellent track record in conducting high-quality ALTA/ACSM surveys in your area, and make sure that they use advanced equipment such as 3D laser scanners to accurately and quickly accomplish the task.