Who we represent
What Services we perform
Dual Representation of Sellers and Buyers
will require either a current map of survey of
the property or a legible copy of any existing
dated survey map prepared under seal by a
registered surveyor which is attached to a
survey affidavit signed by the current owners
and certifying that there have been no changes
to the lot dimensions or the outer dimensions of
the improvements on the property since the date
of that survey.
If there is not an existing survey, the
cost of a new one would be borne by you and
would be paid at closing.
You will, of course, be given copies of
It is important that you
understand the consequences of not ordering a
survey or receiving a survey affidavit attached
to a prior survey.
Lenders will allow you not to procure a
survey because the lenderís policy of title
insurance will offer them coverage from loss or
damage resulting from a condition which would
have been reflected on an accurate survey.
Your title policy will not offer this
This means that any problem that would
have been revealed on a survey will become your
responsibility and liability.
Because surveys are an important part of title
review, unless otherwise directed, it is our
custom to order it, review it and collect the
survey fee from you at closing.
In the event you
direct us not to order a survey we will have you
sign a survey waiver and indemnification holding
us harmless from any problems an accurate survey
may have revealed.
Funds at Closing
Disbursement of Funds