Acutek Geomatics provides all aspects of residential planning, subdivision design, lot stakes, boundary surveys, plot plans, asbuilt/mortgage surveys, elevation certificates, condominiums and property line disputes.
Residential Planning and Subdivision Design
Some of the most prestigious neighborhoods created in the 1990’s and 2000’s in the Mat-Su Valley have been planned, designed and implemented by our design team. Clouds Rest, Harmony Pointe, Creekside Preserve and Utopia Meadows are just some of the examples of our work. Whether you want to combine your two lots that you reside on or want to create a 150 lot subdivision, we have the tools and expertise to make it a reality.
Lot Stakes, Plot Plans and Boundary Surveys
Do you want to put up a new fence? Add an addition to your house or want to build a detached garage? You need a Lot Stake. When we perform a Lot Stake survey, we find or reset all property corners and flag all lines salient to your needs. Upon performing a lot stake on your property, if we discover an encroachment, we will provide you with a paper survey showing what was found.
Sometimes because you need a building permit or your banker wants to see what your upgrade to your property would be like you need a Plot Plan. A Plot Plan is a certified drawing that shows all the existing and proposed improvements, along with elevations, drainage and existing easements of record on your property.
Boundary surveys are similar to Lot Stakes, but on larger property. Sometimes with real estate transactions the buyer will request a Boundary survey so they can see exactly what they are buying.
Selling your home? Most lenders will require an up to date Asbuit/Mortgage Survey. A Mortgage Survey is a drawing that shows all improvements and easements of record on the property. We perform all our Mortgage Surveys to Alaska Society of Professional Land Surveyor’s standards.
To obtain Flood Insurance, FEMA requires you obtain a Elevation Certificate. This survey identifies what flood zone your property is located within, if any, and the base flood elevation and how your improvements could be effected by a flood.
Property Line Disputes
Lot line disputes do happen for various reasons. We act as a third party that will find the truth which ever way it effects the adjoining property owners. We act entirely neutral. The truth of where the real line is what we are after.