Factors involving fee
- Fees shown are based
on a 10,000 sq. ft. residential lot in a recorded subdivision. Larger parcels or more complex surveys
will typically cost more.
- Commercial properties
will usually cost more to survey.
- You should always
check with local surveyors for previous work or surveys on or near your
- A LOMA can be a
complex issue requiring in depth engineering and/or surveying, thus, be
- There are many
factors for determining the fee for a land survey, elevation certificate,
and/or LOMA. Location, terrain,
complexity and parcel size are just a few of these factors.
- If an engineer or
land surveyor’s schedule is slow or busy, her or his fees may vary.
- Survey equipment used
and location of the survey control, are major factors for quoting a
survey. The fees shown represent a simple residential square lot.
- Metes and bounds,
sectionals, and properties with overgrowth or large structures will
typically cost more.
- The Client should not
base the selection of a surveyor on fees alone.
- Please make sure the
Surveyor is a Registered Licensed Surveyor with the State of Florida.