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I have just done a small residential survey, part of Lot x in Block x from 1902. To do this little survey, I had to survey most of the block because of the way that the lot was split out. I have enough field work that I could do plats on 11 of the 16 lots in that block.
Would there be anything wrong with contacting the adjoiners and others with a card and an offer to survey their property for $xxx? It feels slimy and unprofessional, but it would solve many headaches in the future for these homeowners if I were to monument their lots and provide them with a plat. Does anyone do this? What are your thoughts?
I think that it could make my client mad, since he is paying $x,xxx. Maybe the discussion needs to be done before the survey is started and each land owner negotiate a price that they are willing to pay. My client NEEDS this survey. The rest don't need a survey, but it would be a benefit to them.
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