When you are purchasing real estate, there are a lot of decisions to be made, information to be obtained, and documents to be signed. It may be tempting to skip having a property survey completed, but you should give some serious consideration as to whether that is best. A property survey can do more than just define the boundaries of the real estate you are acquiring. It can alert you to issues that may cause you headaches, or even jeopardize your ownership, down the road. Here are three top reasons you should consider having a property survey done before you close:
Addressing these topics before you purchase real estate will provide you with peace of mind and help prevent arguments with your neighbors or homeowner association after your purchase. Not every real estate transaction needs a property survey, though. If you’re unsure whether you should get a property survey, or you need a closing attorney, schedule an appointment with us to discuss your situation. We have more than 30 years of experience guiding clients through their real estate transactions. Our firm can help make the process less confusing.
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