ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey.
Three distinct characteristics set us apart from our competitors
We see our role in your ALTA Survey as problem solvers. Communication is the most critical factor in problem solving.
Single Point of Contact - A Clark Project Manager is assigned to your ALTA Survey to assist you in issues that may arise through the completion of your project.
The Clark model provides you with direct access to your Project Manager. You will not get lost in a bureaucratic maze of assistants, messages and delays. We will respect your time.
Consistency in Quality Control, Accuracy, and Client Required Specifications.
Consistency in formatting and deliverables. Clark ALTA’s are delivered to you in one consistent format.
Consistency in on time performance:
Clark prides itself in delivering accurate and consistent ALTA Surveys on time and within budget.
Clark is a nationwide provider of ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys.
Clark has several Professional Land Surveyors (PLS) on staff.
Our network: the Clark team is composed of licensed surveyors across the nation.
Experience: our national team of licensed surveyors have completed thousands of ALTA Surveys and have extensive experience solving issues that arise during the Due Diligence process.
Reliable, Affordable, Accurate.
We have completed thousands of ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys for clients across the country. Clark is an industry expert in delivering professional and comprehensive ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys on time and on budget. We have extensive experience in single and multi-site portfolios nationwide. Clark is an expert in interpreting the ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys optional Table A Items, HUD, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae and Client Specific specifications.
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“We recently had them work on a 45 property portfolio with a tight turnaround and their ability to manage this large portfolio and still produce high quality, usable drawings significantly saved us time and money. By providing a single point of contact made my job of managing this portfolio much easier.”
~Andrea Myers, Transaction Coordinator, Adler Realty Investments
What is an ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey?
Title Insurers have specific needs related to title insurance matters, and when asked to provide an insurance policy without any exception relating to survey matters, a set of standards governing ALTA surveys was developed by the American Land Title Association (ALTA) and the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS). The ALTA Survey is a detailed map of the land showing all existing improvements of the property, utilities, and significant observations within the insured estate. The survey details the surveyor's findings concerning the property boundaries and how it relates to title. The Survey delineates or makes note of all easements and exceptions cited within the title commitment for insurance of the secured party. The survey may also show zoning and flood zone restrictions or areas indicating potential future use of the property. The ALTA survey is a combination of a boundary survey, title survey, and a location survey. The ALTA standards govern the content of all ALTA surveys and are denoted in the "2016 MINIMUM STANDARD DETAIL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEYS" as adopted by American Land Title Association and National Society of Professional Surveyors.