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Every survey is unique and the cost of a survey depends on several variables. The key factor to getting an accurate quote is your property description, which can be found on your deed.


The property description will tell us the exact location of the property, the size of the property and what monuments control your boundary lines. 


Other variables that affect the cost of a survey are type of terrain, type of forest, travel time, number of trips to the site, estimated research time, type of survey needed, availability of existing records and availability of controlling survey monuments.


In general, we try to estimate how long the project will take to complete and apply our wage rate to the time. 

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