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As we continue to integrate into the NV5 family of companies, we are pleased to announce the coming launch of our new service line name, NV5 Real Estate Transaction Services.
Learn the importance of property condition assessments (PCA) and how they identify major deficiencies that help determine whether or not to proceed with a transaction.
Have you ever wondered what ALTA/NSPS stands for? Or maybe you want to know what an ALTA Survey shows? Learn everything you need to know about ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys.
ASTM International has approved a revision to ASTM E 1527 concerning Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. Learn more about this revision and how NV5/Bock & Clark has incorporated the changes into our standardized reporting.
A metes and bounds description can be lengthy, confusing, and daunting to a novice who may not know how to read and interpret its narrative. Here’s what you need to know about this type of property description.
With the adoption of the 2021 Minimum Standard Detail Requirements, Optional Table A Items 6(a) and 6(b) have been modified slightly to clarify the ordering client’s responsibilities in providing zoning information to the surveyor to report on the ALTA survey.
Research is a vital component in the performance of a survey and the conclusions presented. The surveyor’s responsibilities for research are defined in Sections 3 and 4 of the Minimum Standards and provide an understanding to anyone relying on the survey of its importance in producing an accurate document.
Section 6.C. of the new 2021 Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys was recently updated. Learn more about surveyor responsibility changes.
Do you know what zone your property is in? Depending on your municipality, your commercial property could be in a zone that could result in a delay in your transaction. Learn More.
Optional Table A Item 11 has been updated for the new 2021 ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey Minimum Standard Detail Requirements.