Do I Need an Alta Survey?
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The Rio Grande Valley has seen quite a bit of change over the last couple of decades and the next couple of years is set to continue this trend.
The RGV continues to be one of the fastest growing regions in America. In fact, the Mcallen-Edinburg-Mission metro area became the 5th largest Texas metropolitan statistical area in 2015.
We are committed to providing the services necessary to meet the high demand of commercial property in South Texas and its surroundings. ALTA surveying is an important type of land surveying for commercial properties. But how do you know if you need one?
An ALTA survey provides two things: it specifically locates all record and non-record matters affecting the property and satisfies the title insurer’s ALTA title coverage requirements for Survey Risks including encroachments, easements or claims not shown by public records, and boundary line disputes.
Providing a thorough ALTA survey can be a vital part in clarifying a preliminary title report where the facts on the ground are unclear or seem complicated, or when many hard-to-find easements or other exceptions have been raised.
These possible complications can be best assessed by a professional, and it is suggested to contact our land surveyor early on in the process to facilitate the decision-making process.
For more information on our surveying services contact firstname.lastname@example.org