BBG specializes in managing single and multi-site ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey anywhere in the United States. Our survey can be relied on by the title insurer to make underwriting decisions regarding the deletion of standard survey exemptions within a title policy.
The ALTA Survey service provides a more efficient way of providing land surveys to title insurers, banks and others, allowing them to expedite commercial due diligence requirements.
An ALTA survey is a comprehensive boundary survey that adheres to the standards adopted by ALTA and the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS). These surveys depict parcel boundaries, improvements, easements, rights-of-ways, and other elements that may affect land ownership.
This document is a detailed map showing all improvements, utilities, and significant observations within the property. The Survey delineates or makes note of all easements and exceptions cited within the title commitment for insurance of the secured party. The survey may also show zoning and flood zone restrictions. The ALTA survey is a combination of a boundary survey, title survey, and a location survey and is prepared in accordance with the 2016 MINIMUM STANDARD DETAIL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEYS as adopted by American Land Title Association and National Society of Professional Surveyors.
A boundary survey determines the property lines of a parcel of land described in a deed or referenced on a legal record plat. A boundary survey is recommended before buying, subdividing, improving or building on land.
An elevation certificate documents important features of your property, including its location, flood zone, building characteristics and, most importantly, the elevation of its lowest floor. The form is issued by the NFIP and used by insurance agents to determine your flood insurance premiums.