Surveyors’ fees, like those of other professionals, are dependent on the type of services required, and/or requested. Which in turn determines the level of effort and the number necessary. The following factors help determine the final cost of a survey.

• Information available
• Research required
• Clarity [or vagueness] of the legal description
• Amount of land involved
• Number of property corners
• Improvements such as houses, out
buildings, ect.
• Terrain and vegetation.
• Accessibility
• Boundary disputes
• Personnel & equipment required
• Surveyor’s familiarity with the area

These variables make it difficult to determine exact fees, but based on experience the Surveyor may have in a given area , and the type of work required the Surveyor can usually furnish a good estimate of the cost.

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