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  • ALTA/ACSM Frisco TX

Updated Standards for ALTA/ACSM Surveys in Frisco TX for 2016

The ALTA/ACSM standards for surveying care were updated for 2016, and all land and construction surveyors should abide by them to do the best job possible and avoid errors. These changes, clearly indicated in the Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys.1 NSPS stands for National Society of Professional Surveyors, the legal successor to the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (ACSM). The updated standards took effect on February 23, 2016. Highlights of the New Surveying Standards For a title insurance company to accept a survey, and make final arrangements for ownership of land, the surveyor must render Read more
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ALTA Survey Frisco TX: Why Lenders Should Require An ALTA Survey

If you are a lender who finances purchases of residential or commercial properties, you should consider requiring an ALTA survey Frisco TX for each property loan.  Though many lenders require a title search and/or a boundary survey, you should know that an ALTA survey can give you more detailed and useful information about a property than a boundary survey. ALTA/ACSM Survey Frisco TX:  What An ALTA Survey Can Tell You Boundary surveys show the boundary lines between parcels of land, but they don’t necessarily show improvements to the parcels.  ALTA surveys are boundary surveys created pursuant to the minimum standards Read more
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ALTA/ACSM Frisco TX Procedures: A National Standard

A surveyor following ALTA/ACSM Frisco TX procedures offers a more detailed assessment of your property than a run of the mill survey team.  An American Land Title Association Survey (ALTA) adheres to standards determined by the ALTA and the American Congress of Surveying and Mapping (ACSM). ALTA/ACSM Frisco TX: A More Detailed Look at Your Property You’ll need a title commitment to complete the survey. A surveyor checks the title for a description of the property, along with descriptions of any encumbrances. The survey includes graphic representations of property improvements and encroachments. It also lists the seller, buyer, lender and Read more