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How to Find Your Property Lines: Fast, Easy, and Precise (www.redfin.com)

How to Find Your Property Lines: Fast, Easy, and Precise

As a homeowner, you likely have a general idea of where your property begins and ends. You may be using your driveway, the edge of your lawn, or a fence as a reference point. But are you sure those are the official property lines? They actually might not be.

So before you dive into any outdoor projects like a garage addition, fence replacement, pool installation, or landscaping upgrades, it is important to take a step back to assess your property’s boundaries. You’ll want to be able to enjoy the improvements to your house or yard without disrupting property lines and potentially causing issues with your neighbors. 

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