Arek Surveying provides clients with a wide range of surveying options. One of these options is a property-boundary survey, which we offer to clients throughout Manhattan. This is a type of survey that essentially defines any boundaries of the property. It is an important legal task that many professionals need who are looking to buy or sell a property need. We at Arek are licensed and insured surveyors who have become trusted by many in the area and offer dependable results that you can trust.
In general, a property-boundary survey focuses on largely defining the corners of a parcel of land. It is commissioned before buying, dividing, improving, or building on land. After this survey is completed, a certified land surveyor creates a drawing with the exact measurements from the survey. It can be an important factor in the buying or selling of a property.
There are various cost factors that go into this sort of survey that determine the ultimate price of its completion. These factors include:
The accessibility and ruggedness of the parcel of land that is being surveyed.
The actual size of the land
If there are any seasonal aspects to consider, such as ground markings or leaf cover.
The size and the shape of the land.
The surveying team at Arek has years of experience and knowledge providing customers with a range of surveying options. We understand the importance of getting a trusted survey. A property-boundary survey is a crucial part for many people in the Manhattan area. We are here to help!
For more information on our property-boundary survey, please contact us today. The number to call to reach our office is (516) 792-6676. We will gladly answer any questions or concerns you may have about a property-boundary survey and its benefits. We can also discuss our other various surveying options too. So please, reach out to us today to learn more about all that we offer.
Property-boundary survey services are available in all New York and New Jersey Counties:
Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, Westchester, Yonkers, Richmond, Suffolk, Nassau, Rockland, Bergen, Essex, etc. and including the NYC area.