How to Draw Property Lines on a Map?

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To draw property lines on a map, you will need to have an accurate survey of the property. With the survey, you can overlay the map onto it and then trace the survey lines onto the map. Otherwise, a new survey can be obtained to make sure you have accurate lines.
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Brace, there are a few different ways to see the property lines on a map. Your local realtors have tax record software (paid subscription through our local MLS) that shows a quick
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1. Determine where the property lines are. You can do this by checking with your local planning department or by having your land professionally surveyed. 2. Convert ...
1. Determine where the property lines are. You can do this by checking with your local planning department or by having your land professionally surveyed. 2. Convert ...
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