If you need a land survey done, and it’s the first time you’re handling such issues, you may feel at a loss. To help you out, here are a few questions you might want to ask trusted Colorado professional land surveyors, along with a few simple answers to each. To get more detailed answers, specific to your individual case, do talk to your survey provider.
- When are land survey documentation and the granting of a cadastral number necessary?
When the real estate is sold, donated or inherited, as well as in the situation when the owner needs a secure guarantee on the property right of the real estate, or when it is necessary to establish a mortgage on the real estate.
- How long it takes to make a land survey?
Depending on the purpose of the documentation, it varies between 7 and 20 working days, in normal condition, and between 3 and 7 working days in emergency situations, from the moment of request registration.
- What is a cadastral survey?
A technical document, drawn up in the national reference system, where the boundaries of a property are marked.
- When do I need a cadastral survey?
In various situations. This survey guarantees the location and surface of a property, so you will need it when tabulating a building (apartment, house etc.) or some land, in the Land Book.
- When can I start building?
From the moment you get the building permit.
- How do I get a building permit?
The first step in obtaining a building permit is to ask the local authority for a town planning certificate. This act does not take the place of building permits, being simply informative. However, in this certificate you will find all the approvals and agreements you need for getting your building permit.