A Step-by-Step Approach to Documenting Boundaries for Properties of Any Size and Shape
WithersRavenel begins the survey process by researching digital and paper records. This includes reviewing and compiling previous surveys, a process that reveals encroachments, gaps, and overlaps between a property and its neighbors. It also creates a record of other factors such as possible mineral or timber rights or evidence of adverse possession, all of which can negatively impact the usefulness and value of the property.
Mapping easements, rights-of-way dedications, and improvements
Field crews perform a conventional survey of the property, and then office staff graphically depict the location of easements, rights-of-way, and improvements relative to property lines.
Creating subdivision plats
Dividing land tracts into smaller pieces is a normal step in the development of a subdivision project. WithersRavenel assists developers in creating the necessary documents to legally subdivide land for new neighborhoods.
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