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WHAT’S CHEAPER, A SURVEY OR A JACKHAMMER?

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Jackhammers are not as easy as they look. (And if you thought it looks easy, you scare me a little bit.) SO why in the heck is a Land Title Blog talking about jackhammers? Why not? Aren’t you tired of hearing about title stuff? So I figure I’ll spend this paragraph and talk about jackhammers and the importance they have in everyone’s life. Nah, you’re not that lucky!

If you’re one of those highly intelligent souls who thinks they can just take a visual of their property lines and that’s good enough to save the cost of a survey, you might need a jackhammer. As comedian Bill Engvall says, “Here’s your sign!”

Jackhammers cost around $3,000 and a land survey is a fraction of that expense.

Don’t try this at home! Leave property disputes to the professionals. Use a Survey instead of a Jackhammer to settle property line disputes.

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