ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys

E.G. Rud & Sons have decades of experience providing surveys that meet or exceed the standards established by the American Land Title Association and the National Society of Professional Surveys.

Our ALTA/NSPS Land Surveys draw out the details for smooth transactions

Whenever there is a transaction involving real estate, lenders and title companies rely on an ALTA/NSPS land title survey as part of their due diligence when determining the feasibility of the loan. In addition to land purchases, they are often used for determining design and construction financing, as well as for as-built valuations and refinancing. Although there are many kinds of land surveys, the ALTA/NSPS land title survey provides a national standard format that is recognized by all parties involved with the transaction.

Recognized By

  • Lenders
  • Developers
  • Builders
  • Homeowners
  • Attorneys
  • Real Estate Agents
  • Engineers

Exceeding Standards

Beyond the ALTA/NSPS standards, the State of Minnesota has it’s own Minimum Survey Standards that must also be adhered to as part of the survey. Our ALTA/NSPS land title surveys include:

  • Accurate survey of boundary corners
  • Field location of visible improvements, building, and parking areas
  • Field location of possible property line encroachments
  • Field location of easements or rights-of-way
  • Review of title work provided by client and drafting of survey related exceptions
  • Identification of possible title deficiencies
  • Digital photos and information provided on survey for client’s review
  • Preparation and drafting of a high-quality, easy-to-read survey depicting the above information

We provide surveys with exceptional quality and accuracy.

E.G. Rud & Sons uses the latest technology and equipment to produce ALTA/NSPS land title surveys that conform to the current 2016 ALTA/NSPS survey standards. Our field crews and survey technicians are dedicated to upholding these rigorous standards. We consistently produce high-quality ALTA/NSPS surveys that satisfy the information requirements needed by financial institutions and borrowers to complete the deal.