How do I obtain a house location survey?

The Clerk's Office and the county and cities do not have individual house location surveys. There is no legal requirement that a house location survey be recorded with a deed. Usually, owners are given the house location survey at settlement. If you need a copy of the survey for an addition, deck, fencing, shed, driveway, etc. you may try to contact the surveyor, your settlement agent attorney or lenders to see if they have one available. If you cannot locate one, you may need to have your property resurveyed.

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1. What are the requirements to record a document in the land records?
2. How do I obtain a Parcel Identification Number(s) for property located in Loudoun County?
3. If there is a change or an error on the deed does a new deed need to be recorded?
4. Can I prepare my own deed?
5. Can deputy clerks assist or advise with questions regarding drafting a document?
6. Is it necessary to remove a decedent's name from a deed?
7. Where can I research Code of Virginia exemption codes?
8. Does the land records division provide forms or templates of documents?
9. What happens when I pay off my deed of trust/mortgage and will I be receiving a new deed?
10. How can I obtain a copy of my deed, certificate and affidavit of satisfaction or other recorded document?
11. How do I obtain a house location survey?
12. How do I check easements, right of ways and deed restrictions on my ground?
13. Does Loudoun County require Virginia Land Records coversheets?