Fritz Land Surveying, LLC                              Ph:918.231.0575    

Client Services

Our variety of clients include land and home owners, title companies, real-estate brokers, architects and engineers.  Our expertise lies in the Surveys below

Preliminary Survey - The collection of survey data on which to base studies on a proposed project or a proposed final survey.

Boundary and Stake Survey - A survey performed to establish or re-establish a boundary line on the ground or to obtain data for constructing a map or plat showing a boundary line.

American Land and Title Association (ALTA) Title Survey - A survey of real property, including the plat of survey, acceptable to a title insurance company for purposes of insuring title to said real property, free and clear of survey questions, except those questions disclosed by the survey and indicated on the plat.

Topographic Survey - A survey of an area which has for its major purposes and determination of the configuration of the surface of the ground (using elevation contours) and the location of the natural and artificial objects.

Site Planning and Design Survey - A combination of boundary and topographic surveys with the resulting information being used for designing development features such as roads, subdivisions, utilities, buildings, etc.

Construction Survey - The survey measurements made while construction is in process to control elevation, horizontal position and dimensions, and to determine adequacy of completion.

Mortgage Inspection Report - A report made for the sole use of a lending institution to evaluate title problems relating to possession. The Mortgage Inspection Report shows the relationship of the improvements to the approximate property lines and filed easements or rights of way.  Survey makers are not usually set with this type of survey.

Elevation Survey - A survey of a property, building or residence and its relation to a flood plain.  Elevation surveys are used by lending agencies and insurance companies to determine the need for flood insurance or if a site is suitable for a new structure.   

Subdivision Survey - A type of land survey in which the legal boundaries of an area are located and the area is divided into parcels of lots, streets, rights-of-way and other accessories.  All necessary corners or dividing lines are marked or monumented. 

As your Surveyor we will:

-Perform work in accord with State laws, local regulations, and high standards of ethics.
-Study your property description and show you what, in our professional opinion, the records and facts indicate the boundaries of your land to be. 

-Cooperate by sharing information with your attorney, realtor, banker, engineer, architect, or title company.

-Survey your property, and adjacent property, if necessary, to complete the work.

-Advise you if there is any defect in your land description or evidence of encroachment.

-Set monuments at your property corners and identify those corners so they can be easily found.  A record of the survey should be filed in the Surveyor's office for future references. 

- Prepare a certificate of survey of your property indicating the measurements made, the monuments placed and any other data, if requested.

-Help you layout a subdivision into lots and streets.

-Provide expert witness testimony when requested.

-File a copy of the map or plat with the appropriate office, if required by law, or at your request.

-Locate oil and gas wells, buildings, fences, rights -of-way, encroachments and other possession evidence.

-Write legal descriptions as needed.

-Supply you with electronic and hard copies of the plat or map.

-Inform interested parties of progress and results. 
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