THE HOUSE WAS BUILT IN 1924 I NEED A FREE COPY OF THE LAND SURVEY, I'M LOOKING FOR THE ORIGINAL PROPERTY LINE. I'VE LOOKED AND CAN NOT FIND IT. IS THERE A FREE WEBSITE THAT I CAN GO TO TO FIND THIS DOCUMENT OR A PUBLIC RECORD THAT I CAN LOOK UP FOR THIS?
WHeRE CAN I FIND A FREE COPY OF THE LAND SURVEY FOR 1409 PALMYRA AVE. RICHMOND VA. 23227?
Yeah like others said, you can go to your county courthouse and look up the plat for your property. Many times you will have to pay a dollar to 15 dollars for a copy of the plat. If your just wondering where your property lines are then that will be all you need. The actual survey will have the house and other flatwork/improvements, in addition to the distances.
Too bad you didn't live in the ft. worth are I'd just come out and find your property pins(or bois d'arc in the probable case of your lot) in exchange for a case of beer....
Reply:You can probably go to your county government offices and look at their plats of surveys. This will tell you where your property line lies, however, you need to have a professional surveyor translate this to the marks on your property. If you can dig up an old survey when you purchased your house, you may be able to call the company and have it updated for a cheaper price.
Reply:No. Land SURVEYS are documents owned by the person(s) who paid for them. You can certainly find assorted legal documents describing the property at the land office of the county in which the property is located. However, for a certified survey, you will probably need to hire and pay for a professional survey.
Reply:You can find a description of your property in the county offices, but you must hire a surveyor for a definitive survey document.