Now you will need a really good surveyor to prepare the proposed property lines and write the legal descriptions and properly place your property corners on/in the ground. You might want to consider having the surveyor lay it out with wooden stakes sticking out of the ground first for you to review and make sure it is what you want. Seeing it on paper and then on the ground are two different things. Then you can finalize the deal.Originally posted by Audiofn
When I talked to him he has not even really laid out the property lines yet. He said that this price gets you this much land you figure out how you want it positioned (within reason). He does not want me to buy a "spagetti" lot as the town will not allow it and he does not want that. He is sending me paperwork with the lots laid out as he thinks they should be and I hope to have it before I go up there on the 31'st to look around.
Does your proposed property have ingress/egress? If not, you will need to get an easement for some kind of access to the property. Don't settle for anything less
Your best bet is to have the title company order a minimum standards ALTA survey. And then review the Table A for any additional items you want covered. It will cost you a little more but give you peace of mind in the future.
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