Nassau Property would be ok, but I wouldn't trust it. If the "home layout" (which is "view property sketch") Just keep in mind if the shape on the sketch doesn't match your home you have a problem.
If you cannot find your survey in an old file at home you may have to hire a company and re do the survey. (sorry) If you are thinking of puttig up a fence, make sure the surveyer places stakes. You will have to ask for the stakes, otherwise they wont do it.
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If you have exhausted all the other avenues such as looking in your original title report or your documents from closing, you may have to get a new survey. In my experience, it is generally the buyer who pays for a new survey if there is no survey found. The lender will most likely require a copy of the survey with survey inspection in order to close.
If you are selling, it will be up to the buyer to get a survey if you don't have one.
The only thing I can suggest is to either go back to the title company who did your closing, or the lender may have it. Without knowing more about your home and how long you have been living there, it's hard to say. Did you go to the land records department? You could look up the plat and book information online through the land records website. Once you have that number, it will be easier for you to track down. Please let me know if this helped you at all. Thanks and Good Luck! Sally Kirchoff-Keller Williams Select Realtors