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Old 02-04-2021, 08:49 AM   #1
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Can anyone recommend a survey company that would be willing to survey a small lot in Tuftonboro? I can’t get anyone to return my call. I just want to get on a list.

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I have used Steven Smith and Associates quite a lot over the last 20 years. He is on Lily Pond Road in Gilford.

His work is good and his knowledge of local regulations is helpful. He is well known and appears regularly before local planning boards.

http://sjsincnh.com/
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I have used one out of Gilford in the past and was not impressed. It was a small, quoted job and the final bill came back double.

Working with another local one now and that isn't exactly going smooth either, for other reasons. I am going to refrain from shaming either publicly though.
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What should it cost to verify the boundaries of a two acre lot? Any ideas? Does $2,500 seem reasonable?
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Can anyone recommend a survey company that would be willing to survey a small lot in Tuftonboro? I can’t get anyone to return my call. I just want to get on a list.

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Jim Hambrook, Hambrook Land Surveyor, Sandwich, is excellent.
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What should it cost to verify the boundaries of a two acre lot? Any ideas? Does $2,500 seem reasonable?
We paid around 5 to verify that we owned around 12 acres that a neighbor decided was his because the town had it wrong on the tax map. And also paid around 3 to check boundaries on a one acre lot. So I would say yes, you are probably ok. And we waited about 3 years before he got it completed. This was several years ago also.
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We’ve been using New Hampshire Land Consultants who have been great for our large property in Wolfeboro:

Scott R. Frankiewicz, Owner
New Hampshire Land Consultants, PLLC
Gray Properties, LLC
683C First NH Turnpike (Rte. 4)
Northwood, NH 03261
603-942-9220 (Office)
603-833-5913 (Cell)
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Yes, it is reasonable.
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https://www.whitemountainsurvey.com/

Jim might be booked up already, but he's worth a try.
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