Call to Learn More:
What Is the Purpose of A Survey Location Report?
A Surveyor Location Report is an inspection report. Prepared by the licensed surveyor stating his opinion that the building and major improvements appear to be located on the property described in the deed. A Surveyor Location Report is designed for use by title insurance companies for small tracts. Some lending institutions require this inspection to verify that obvious problems with the parcel such as encroachments, violations of easements, or building setback lines do not exist.
When you are in need of a Survey Location Report, reach out to the professionals at Great Lakes Engineering.
Should Not Use SLR For:
- A Surveyor Location Report should not be used for nonresidential tracts greater than two (2) acres.
- SR is not a boundary survey, no corner markers are set
- SR should not be used for the construction of new improvements or fences.