This is probably the most common question we get and unfortunately, the answer is “It depends”. Its a common misconception that a property survey involves going to the property and digging up the property corners. Although field work is a step in the process, a considerable amount of research goes into a project before and after the field work has been done. The price of a survey is driven by the amount of time our surveyors work on the project, and the more data we are able to collect either in the office or in the field, the quicker the job will be done. We are happy to provide an estimate; however, it is just an estimate since there is no way for us to know if surveys have been recorded properly, property corners are in the correct place, if neighboring parcels coincide with your property, etc.