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Do I need a land survey before closing on my house?

Always
8%
In most cases
19%
In some cases
55%
Never
13%
Not sure
2%
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Question: Do I need a land survey before closing on my house?
Top Answer (55% of 36 votes): In some cases.

Answer: Never
Explanation: No.
Remax Platinum
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: If you are not sure of the property lines it is always a good thing to have but it is not needed to close unless there is a clear issue with the property lines. You would want one before construction of any fences.
Reliant Realty-Powered By ERA
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: Not always, but I highly recommend this while you have the attorney to review this with you during the closing.
Pro17 Engineering, LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: Never
Explanation: No....surveys are rare and often only supplied with the purchase of land or a lot, not typical with residential purchases of existing homes.
Keller Williams Realty
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: In most cases it is not the Seller's responsibility to conduct a land survey, although they may wish to and should discuss this with their listing agent. From the Buyer's perspective, generally speaking, the survey exists to protect your investment. Just as you would use Carfax to help with the purchase of a car, you should get a survey to help with the purchase of your property. You are most likely spending hundreds of thousands of dollars,and should definitely consider having a survey done to protect your investment.
Real Living Kee Realty
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: It is up to the buyer. If there is questions regarding easements, etc. then it can be done. The price is usually $300-$500 .
Hudson Real Estate
ProMatcher
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: Not usually, unless there is a reason to suspect lot lines, a question on encroachment or easements, etc. A good title company will normally alert us to an issue. For vacant land I suggest a survey.
John L. Scott - Lacey
Answer: Never
Explanation: You need a property survey including land and site plan. Basically a full survey with everything on the property must be on the survey.
Saunders & Associates
Answer: Always
Explanation: Yes this is done as part of the mortgage requirement.
EA Realty LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: We encourage anyone who is purchasing property to have a survey done so that you know exactly what you are purchasing or have purchased. As for the timing, it is purely up to the client.
Apex Land Surveys
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: It is not required by law. Your lender may ask you to have one, but most do not.
Myra Strickland Real Estate at KW
Answer: Never
Explanation: The buyer may request a land survey, again if you say NO, they are welcome to go forward and purchase a different home.
Rodeo Realty
ProMatcher
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: You only have to perform the contract requirements. If your buyer didn't ask you to do so in the contract, then you are NOT required to get one.
Reece Nichols-Mary Wilcox
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: A land survey may be required by a title or lending agency. Although a land survey may not be required, it is always recommended so that you know what you are buying.
B. Terrell Meunier, Land Surveyor
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