Where to start really varies. If you don't have survey pins, you really can't do it yourself. Get it a professional to survey the property. It's money well spent.
by bdancer222 - 21 hours ago
A good survey and title work will not only show the property lines, but also any easements that may be in place. However, keep in mind, in most cases, if the State needs some of your land to widen the road, they can probably acquire it through eminent domain. I would also check with zoning and building codes in the area to determine setback requirements. That may provide you with some protection.
by therainbowseeker - 21 hours ago
Getting a survey as you stated is your best bet. Chances are that the surveyor will contact the State and or whoever claims the road (County or Municipality) to locate the taking or dedication of the road to ascertain the exact location of the road as it applies to your property.
by newmexicorealestateforms - 21 hours ago
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