While not always required, land surveys can be a crucial part of buying a home. A land survey tells you a lot about the property, like right-of-ways and easements. These are elements that detail what to do with shared yards, or driveways, or if your neighbor has a right of way to the street or alleyway between your homes. When making a purchase of this degree, it’s good to know as much as you possibly can.
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