Buying a home is complicated with a lot of moving parts. In addition to the purchase and sale agreement, there are inspections, appraisals and very often surveys. A home survey lets a home buyer know for sure where the boundary lines are for their property. But beyond that, what are the other details of a home survey?
Types of Surveys
There are actually several different survey types, each with a specific purpose. While commercial property surveys may be more comprehensive and detailed, a survey is always a good idea when buying both raw land or a home, or prior to building. Some of the various types of surveys include:
- ALTA/NSPS Survey: The initials stand for American Land Title Association and National Society of Professional