Miami Surveyor

Are you a Miami resident in need of a reliable surveying service? Reach out today, and we can have a professional Miami Surveyor on their way to help you with anything you might need.

With such a large population, Miami requires residents to understand and maintain property boundaries with their neighbors. 

In addition, the wetlands and marshes present within the city introduce a challenge to the ever-changing topography of the land, which is it’s crucial that citizens stay up to date with surveying their land. 

Here at Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc, we’ve been serving Miami and the surrounding areas for more than three decades.

Accurate Land Surveyors, Inc, was founded in 1983 by Robert L. Thompson. Robert is a former official Broward County and Port Everglades Surveyor.

Over the years, we’ve performed more than 100,000 surveys across south Florida. Few surveying companies are as well-established or experienced, and we’re proud to serve the residents of South Florida.

How We Serve Miami, FL

Since Miami is a hub for many international banks and larger companies, the flourishing downtown area has many high-rise office spaces. 

Throughout the development of this financial hub, the city of Miami hired land surveyors to contribute to the planning and construction of the town. Land surveyors map and measure the land whenever the construction of a new building begins. 

Land surveyors still maintain a vital role in the continual growth of Miami and are an essential aspect of the planning phases of any new development. 

Since 1983 Accurate Land Surveyors help both citizens and the city of Miami with their pursuits of the continual development of this ‘magic city.’  

Whenever citizens buy or sell land/property, or the city is creating plans for new developments, Accurate Land Surveyors has the professional, dedicated Miami surveyor to help you get the job done. Request a survey now→ here

In Miami, the median price for homes is approximately 450,000. So, it’s no surprise that most prospective homeowners apply for a loan with a bank or another lender.

Almost all lenders will require a survey of the intended property. A survey verifies that the property described in the paperwork matches up and helps them validate the value of the loan.

Banks and lenders do not want borrowers to be upside-down on their mortgages. An upside-down mortgage is when the borrower owes more on the loan than the value of the property.

One of the most important things to do before purchasing a property is to have a survey performed so you know precisely what you are buying.

After the ink dries, some new owners find out that a portion of their land, sometimes that contains a fence or a garage, actually belongs to their neighbors. 

A survey will show you exactly where your property’s boundaries are and other details about the land and structures on it. It’s not a good idea to rely on what the seller is telling you, that won’t hold up in court.

Likewise, water surveys are essential for those who own docks and seawalls. Not knowing the mean high water could mean damage to your boats, sea vessels, and other property.

Residents of Miami are no strangers to heavy rain, and in Miami-Dade County, there are many places that fall within a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA). 

If you do require flood insurance or have a seawall or dock, failure to have the correct survey can invalidate your insurance. Leaving you at risk of costly repairs if the worst case were to happen.

If you’re unsure of whether you need a water survey, give us a call and we’ll be happy to take a look and advise you.

Making improvements to your land is a great way to increase its value. Adding a fence, water feature, or even some shrubbery can enhance your land as well as your neighbor’s. Before adding immovable structures, you will want to confirm your project happens on your property and your acting lawfully. 

A survey can also save you a lot of time in the planning process. Having accurate measurements and topographic data can help you estimate material, time, and other aspects. 

Similarly, you will want to know about easements on your land. An easement means a local authority has the right to use a portion of your land, such as a utility company. For example, you will not be able to add an inground pool if there are underground lines in that location.

Expanding the square footage of your home, building a garage or outhouse, adding an extension, all these additions require careful planning and permission from your local office.

Most importantly, a survey will uncover any potential issues that may arise when making renovations or additions.

We will send out a Miami Surveyor to draw up the plans you need to satisfy planning permissions. In addition, this will also give you peace of mind that you can safely and lawfully go ahead with your plans.

A Summary of Our Surveying Services

We offer a wide range of surveying services. To help you get a better understanding of what we do, here are some of our most commonly requested services:

  • Flood insurance and LOMA or LOMR 
  • Property improvements – fences, pools, driveways, patios, and more
  • New construction, building additions, or remodels
  • Docks, seawalls, and mean high water
  • Purchases and refinances – residential and commercial
  • Liquor licenses
  • Topographic data
  • Boundary disputes

We’re keen to point out that our service does not end the moment we complete a survey. We can also help you communicate with your lender, local office, construction team, or any other professionals using our drawings.

Establishing good communication from the start is important to us. As is over-delivering and going above and beyond what is expected for a Miami Surveyor.

In addition, we’re fully insured, licensed by The Department of Professional Regulations (DBPR), and proud members of the Florida Society of Professional Land Surveyors.

About Miami, FL

The city of Miami, FL, is situated within Miami Dade County.

Nicknamed the ‘magic city’ Miami attracts plentiful visitors and residents yearly, making it a central hub in Florida. 

With a bustling population of over 475,000 in 2020 Miami first was incorporated in 1896 with only 444 citizens. 

Today Miami remains a hot spot for tourism and with 35 miles of beaches, the Everglades (located in the southernmost point of Miami) and an average temperature between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Florida is home to 1.5 million acres of marshes, mangroves, and wetlands that make up the Everglades, where tropical plants and animals thrive. 

The diverse environmental aspects of Miami allow the city to have over 150 parks, gardens, and recreational areas, and playgrounds. Due to the unique ecological atmosphere, citizens and the town regularly stay up to date with surveying to ensure proper land mapping. 

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