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Our in-house research and experience analyzing title related documents allows us to determine potential issues at the beginning of a project so we can work together with our client to find a solution and prevent delays.

alta/nsps land title surveys

From proposal to closing, we're here for you every step of the way.  No matter what size project or portfolio you have, we have the resources and ability to adapt in order to meet the demands.

Not only is our product accurate and on-time, it's also pleasing to the eye and simple to follow, so our clients can easily identify the components during review.





In commercial real estate transactions, a buyer or lender will obtain a title insurance policy for the land involved in the transaction.  Included in this policy are a list of standard survey exception items.  Originally developed in 1962 by the American Land Title Association (ALTA) and the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (ACSM), the ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey was intended to allow for title insurers to delete these standard survey exceptions from their title policy and to provide for a consistent, accurate product that conformed to "Minimum Standard Detail Requirements" adopted by both organizations.  Over the years, the survey standards have been revised many times to reflect the needs of the industry.  In 2016, the ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey was renamed the ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey to reflect the merger of the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping with the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS). 

Due to the high degree of detail and information contained on an ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey, it has become the benchmark survey for commercial real estate transactions.  This comprehensive survey depicts all property lines, improvements (buildings, pavement, observable utilities, natural water bodies, etc.), easements of record and significant observations such as encroachments.  A client can also negotiate with the surveyor to reflect a number of optional items called "Table A items" on the survey such as topography, zoning information, building dimensions and height, parking spaces and others.