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Milwaukee Elevation Certificate

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, just recently finished an Elevation Certificate and filed a LOMA  with FEMA for a land owner in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in Milwaukee County. The owner was in the process of refinancing their home and were required to purchase flood insurance for the first time.    Land Tech was able to help this property owner prove that their house was located outside of the 100-year flood elevation, therefore not being required to purchase flood insurance.  

FEMA came out with new flood maps in 2008 for most of Southeastern Wisconsin which shows an expanded range of floodways.   This has affected thousands of homeowners, which are now required to purchase flood insurance for the first time or at a higher rate than before.

Land Tech completes numerous elevation certificates  year after year, and has helped many land owners either lower their flood insurance or completely rid themselves of having to purchase flood insurance by filing a LOMA with FEMA.  In return, they will save thousands of dollars over the years to come.

Land Tech Surveying, LLC, will help those who feel they are paying for flood insurance unjustly, or would like to have their home rated for flood insurance.  Having been through the process many of times, we understand the frustrations and complexities this process may entail.  Put our experience to the test as we have successfully helped many of our clients save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a year.  Let Land Tech fill out an Elevation Certificate or a LOMA, and let us handle this difficult process with FEMA to lower your flood insurance.

If you are looking for a land surveyor in Milwaukee County or Southeastern Wisconsin, give Land Tech a call at 262-367-7599. You can also checkout our website at www.wisconsinsurveys.com or email us at landtechsurveying@gmail.com

Sincerely,

John Downing, RLS

New Berlin Land Surveyor – (262) 367-7599

Land Tech Surveying, LLC recently staked out a condominium in a condo project in New Berlin, Wisconsin.  Land Tech has been involved with this project from the very beginning, and is still in charge of all land surveying operations.  Condos were a very hot item before the economy took a turn for the worse, but people are still buying.  If you or someone you know is looking for condo site, take a look at “The Villas of New Berlin” which is located west on Farrel Drive off of Sunnyslope Road in New Berlin.

If you are looking for a Waukesha County land surveyor, call Land Tech Surveying, LLC at 262-367-7599 or visit our website at www.wisconsinsurveys.com.

Milwaukee Land Surveyor – (262) 367-7599

Last month Land Tech Surveying, LLC completed a boundary survey for a client in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  The property consisted of a corner lot which was part of a subdivision called Murray Hill which was subdivided in 1890.  Property surveys of this nature can be very difficult because all original monumentation has disappeared over the years.  The entire block ends up getting resurveyed and the lot is calculated proportionately from there.  In this case it was important to have a survey done because the owner will be building a fence.  If you are building a fence or any other structure, make sure you have an updated boundary survey done.

Call Land Tech Surveying, LLC at 262-367-7599 or visit our website at www.wisconsinsurveys.com.

Genesee Land Surveyor – (262) 367-7599

Last month Land Tech Surveying, LLC completed a boundary survey for a client in Genesee, Wisconsin.  The property consisted of a 78 acre farm, 74 acres of which were part of a conservation easement.  It was really important that the buyer of the property had a survey done in order to show where the conservation easement is located.  There were also multiple utility easements cutting through the property that were shown on the survey.  If you are about to buy a property, make sure to have an updated survey done before closing.  A small cost ahead of time can save you a fortune in the future.

Call Land Tech Surveying, LLC at 262-367-7599 or visit our website at www.wisconsinsurveys.com.