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How do I find the deed to my property line?

Check your deed. Your deed contains a description in words of your property's boundaries. Review your property survey. When you bought your home, it's likely you received a map, also known as a plat, showing property lines and measurements. Hire a surveyor.

How do I find the GPS coordinates for my property line?

Step 1: Go to Google Maps. Step 2: Locate your parcel using Google Maps, your eyes, and your brain. Step 3: Find the coordinates of one corner. Step 4: Click on the remaining corners. Step 5: Save it all.

How do I find the GPS coordinates of my property?

To find the exact GPS latitude and longitude coordinates of a point on a map along with the altitude/elevation above sea level, simply drag the marker in the map below to the point you require. Alternatively enter the location name in the search bar then drag the resulting marker to the precise position.

How do I find my property lines for free?

You can find them on your property deed, on the survey you received when you bought your home, or by using the mapping tools at the county assessor's office. Use your boundary lines to determine where to legally place desired items.

How do I see property lines on Google Earth?

If you would like to include property lines in the Google Earth view, then first go to the Earth Point Property Search page. Enter the parcel number or numbers, click the "View on Google Earth" button, and proceed as above.

How do I find my property pins?

LOOK FOR PROPERTY PINS If your property is a platted lot, you should have property pins located at all corners of your property. Property pins are typically 30 long pieces of ½ 5/8 rebar that are driven into the ground. They are capped with a colored plastic cap that has the name of the surveyor on them.

Can I survey my own property?

If you're planning on buying or selling a property, or planning construction on one you own, you'll need to hire a professional surveyor to perform the survey. Keep in mind that in most every State in the USA, land surveying (even your own property) without a valid surveying license is a violation of the law.

How do I get a copy of my property survey?

Visit your jurisdiction's building inspector or the land records office. Many jurisdictions keep surveys on file at the city building inspector's office. You can also get surveys connected with tax maps or half-section maps from the county's land records office -- usually the county assessor.
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