How Do I Find Out My Property Line ?  

Usually all properties have surveying stakes, markers or corner pins driven into the ground that help to locate the property line and the property boundaries.

Usually survey pins, also known as corner pins, are located at the corner of the property and are pipes that are 1/2 inch in diameter. Usually they are buried into the ground and that is why you will not be able to see them from the surface.

How do I find out my property line? If this is a question you are asking yourself, all you have to do is check out the subdivision plats. These plats will be available for purchase or review at your City Hall's Department of Land Records. The plat will show the location of the corner markers. In case you are still unable to locate your property line, the best way forward for you would be to hire a land surveyor. The money spent on surveying will be worthwhile because finding your property line will help with any dispute and will facilitate selling when you want to sell your property.

A land surveyor will accurate locate the original corner markers and if they are not present, he will replace them. Do not assume that your fence is the property line because many times, fences are located well within the property line. In addition, lots are not always of uniform size, so do not think that your property line will be the same as your neighbor's. All these misunderstanding and misconceptions can be cleared by hiring a land surveyor.

You can do the initial work and get a general idea of your property line by taking into account fences, power poles and public walkways. However, this will not give you an accurate picture and will just be indicators. The best way to accurately pinpoint your property line is by using subdivision plats or hiring a land surveyor.

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