Just because the lender may not require a survey does not mean a buyer should not obtain one.
Even when there appears to be natural or man-made defined areas:
– How do you know if structures are over the building line, or worse, over the property line?
– How do you know if there are any easements for underground sewers or drainage that may interfere with future improvements, or even current structures?
– How do you know if work permitted by the county overlooked an easement?
– How do you know the driveway is not on the neighbor’s property?
– How do you know if the property is impacted by the new 75′ stream buffer regulations?
Without a final survey (not just a foundation or proposed survey) you could be buying property that you may not be able to sell.
We can help you through the buying process, whether purchasing your ideal home or looking for a deal.