Look at the property survey in the closing documents when you purchased your home. This map shows all of the measurements that went into determining the property line, and such numbers as the distance from the house to t... More »

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Many cities and counties make property line information available free online. Aggregators such as NETRonline and SearchSystems keep updated listings of links for public records. Not all government offices offer detailed... More »

Checking your deed and your property survey allows you to map your own property lines yourself. If you don't have the survey, you can get maps from the assessor's office that show the clear dimensions of your home's prop... More »

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One way to prove the boundaries of your property is to pay for an official land survey, which compares the physical property and structures to official land records. Similarly, you can also conduct a title search to chec... More »

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A homeowner can officially determine property boundaries by checking with the local assessor's office, looking over the deed, checking with the county recorder's office or looking over a property survey, according to Ann... More »

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A building survey consists of an independent agent known as a Chartered Surveyor inspecting a property to ascertain its full condition and the state of its structural integrity. The surveyor looks at the original constru... More »

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Check the deed to your property or the property survey that came at closing. Both of these should have the dimensions of your property on it. If you don't have these anymore, the office in charge of storing records for y... More »

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