There are lots of reasons property owners choose to divide up a parcel of land. In some cases, it’s to sell off pieces, while in others, it’s to provide land for family members. But property owners can’t typically decide for themselves where the boundary lines are for a lot. That’s where subdivision surveying comes in. Here’s an overview of what you need to know:
Local Regulations Apply to Lot Sizes
In most municipalities, laws dictate minimum lot sizes. There may be additional considerations, such as whether the land is zoned for residential or business use, that will affect what the minimum lot size is. When you have subdivision surveying done, you’ll know exactly what your options are for dividing your parcel into the desired number of lots.
You May Need Municipal Approval for Your Plans
Depending on your final intentions for the land, your project may be subject to the review and approval of municipal planning, zoning and/or engineering boards. For them to properly evaluate and assess your plans, you’ll usually need to submit subdivision surveys. Providing accurate information can help a municipal board make decisions efficiently so you can move forward.
It May Be Legally Required
The parties involved in any property transfer or sale may be required to include a land survey with their legal filings documenting the transaction. For this reason, a surveyor should be contacted early in the process of subdividing your land.
Do You Need Subdivision Surveying in Waller?
When you’re ready to consider subdividing your land in Waller, contact True Point Surveying. Our team has years of experience in conducting and preparing the survey documentation you need to achieve your residential and commercial real estate goals. We also offer mortgage location surveys, legal description preparation, construction surveys and topographic surveys. Contact us today to learn more about arranging a subdivision survey in Waller.
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