A parcel description defines the boundary of your property. You need to know the limits of your property for purchase and sale, tax purposes, subdividing, building, etc.
An easement description describes the land that is to be subject to an easement. For example, if a utility line is to be installed underground, the easement description specifies the area where it lies. Do your legal descriptions need to be changed, revised, or prepared? Are you planning on mortgaging only a portion of your property, easements, grading permits, etc? Contact us today!