Understanding Your Property Lines

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Property lines are important because they define our space. More specifically, they represent the boundary where your land ends and the neighboring land begins.

Specifications about them can be found in official documents (the survey received when you brought the property, your property deed) or at the county assessor’s office. Boundary lines are necessary to determine where to legally place structures without using a part of another people`s land and getting into unpleasant situations with your neighbors.

You can also use maps and online mapping tools to find the boundaries. The assessor’s office in your municipality could be of a great help; just ask for local maps available for public viewing and use them for reference when you make the boundary measurements. You will definitely want to know accurate property lines before having Denver Metro Fence Inc in install fencing on your property.

As about your property survey, it is a document that includes property lines and measurements, as well as the distance from the property line to your house and the street. If you do not have such a document, you can always hire a surveyor to do it for you. A surveyor is a professional trained to point out property lines following exact measurements.

A property survey will cost you some money, and their amount depends on factors like lot size, property value and its location.