There is Hamilton Property Surveyors who does the surveying for you, and then draw up a blue print of what your land should look like. They will give you the exact boundary lines (including any raised structures on your land) and give you the square footage, which is also called a lot. With this information you can easily work out how much space you have to live in and get your property survey prepared accordingly. The majority of Surveyors will also be able to give you a range of prices, depending on exactly where you live. They will work on either an annual or biannual basis.
With the vast number of Hamilton land owners, the cost of having a Surveyor visit your property every year can soon become a large financial outlay. Not only do they charge for their time, but they also need to take into account any other fees which you could be liable for such as National Estate Service charges. If you have any questions about what is covered by these fees, it is always recommended that you discuss this with your Surveyor prior to starting your survey.
You will find that many Hamilton property Surveyors will also provide a free initial meeting at your place, where they can show you all of the prep work they have done, before they start doing the actual survey. During this initial visit they will often offer you advice on which area of your land you should start your investigation in. This is because each property is unique in its own way, and what may be suitable for one family’s needs may not be suitable for yours. So having a good knowledge of the available options is a vital part of getting the most from your Hamilton property Surveyors.