2021 CMAS Mountain Survey 11.16 Core
Education Course
Description: Why surveying is so critical in real estate transactions specifically in the mountains/ foothills/ rural areas; what a survey is and types of surveys; what a survey is NOT; types of surveys that could be required or requested in a real estate transaction; when you might need each of these types of surveys; what is the guarantee level associated with each type of survey; why these surveys are different and why one costs more than the other; how does a surveyor interact with the county and the title company; access and easement issues; encroachment issues; existing legal descriptions, creating new legal descriptions; and, why we don't mark septic locations, lot lines and corners.
In-Person Seats are full. Only 19 Zoom Seats Still Available. Registration will close November 16th at 8 am. No 
driving while on zoom. You need to be engaged in the class with working camera, please.
Kottke, American Surveys - In the course of the past 32+ years, Russ has been involved in boundary surveys, topographical surverys, ALTAS, Improvement Location Certificates, and most phases of land surveying allowed under the law. He has been qualilfied as an expert witness in Jefferson County District Courts and has taken numerous classes and seminars regarding the legal aspects of land surveying. Russ has been licensed in land surveying since 1988.
Sponsored by Susie Hartness, Hartness Home Loans
11/16/2021 9:00:00 AM to 11/16/2021 11:00:00 AM
Keller Williams Foothills Realty
32214 Ellingwood Trail  Evergreen ,CO 80439
Debbie Propeck
Zoom/In Person
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Instructor Information

Russ Kottke