I can understand your concerns but as an agent, although I myself would have taken the extra steps to produce a GIS map to prospective buyers, I would also state *in writing* on the map that the GIS map *is not* a true and legal plat survey - only a licensed surveyor can produce such a document. So therefore, the seller does not have a true plat to provide.
It also appears the property is bank owned and if thatâ€™s the case, the bank probably does not have a plat, but I would imagine they would require the property to be surveys prior to closing.
But donâ€™t worry if the agent is misrepresenting the property, as I highly doubt they are. Just keep an eye of the property and when you see it go under contract, look for those survey markers as they will determine and show where the property lines truly are.
Frank Biganski, Realtor