Many parties to a real estate transaction rely on the ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey for the following:
- As part of due diligence when property is being transferred or reﬁnanced.
- To locate both record and non‐record matters that aﬀect the property which can be critical for evaluating whether or not to proceed with the acquisition.
- Showing interested parties the potential risks and beneﬁts from property ownership recognizing issues such as: boundary line conﬂicts, encroachments, easements, contiguity between parcels, access to highways, zoning issues, and other potential losses and claims against the land that may arise after purchase.
- To satisfy the Title Insurer’s requirements for the issuance of ALTA Title Insurance coverage for survey risk such as encroachments, boundary disputes, etc.
- Removing survey exceptions from a title commitment.
- The dates on the ALTA/NSPS survey provide veriﬁcation of actual matters as they existed before the survey. This protects sellers of property from claims that may be brought by the lender or buyer after conveyance.
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