When looking to purchase a plot of land, it is important to know what you’re buying. Unfortunately, this isn’t something that can be seen with the naked eye. There are property lines and various other factors that all play a part in purchasing land in order to build upon it. This is where land surveys come into play. Before you buy land, you want to know how large it is. To find this out, you need to know the precise property lines to determine a plot of land’s acreage and value. Here are a couple of others you may want to consider:
Does it fit your needs?
Your purchase is going to depend on what you want to build on it. If you want to build a house, you don’t want sloped land, but if you want to build a winery, you would for drainage. Having the survey done will not only point out the slope but the directions of the slope.
Yes, even the direction of the slope can matter. People who farm need to pay close attention to whether sloped land faces north or south.
Where can you build?
Building structures like houses, barns, and sheds can improve the land’s usefulness and value significantly. You need to know the location of underground pipes and utility lines. Without that knowledge, you could break ground on a major waterline.
A land survey provides the information that you need to choose the right locations for your structures. What you learn about your land could help you save money and finish your construction project faster.
To find out more about considering a land survey, please contact us at (800) CALVADA or visit www.calvada.com.
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