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Sat Jul 16, 2016
Kathy4704 answered:
How can I obtain copy of my real estate plan property with all the measurement on it
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Sat Oct 25, 2014
John Arendsen answered:
If it's in the County you will need to contact the County of Riverside Building and Planning Dept. If it's in an incorporated City you will need to go to that City's building jurisdiction. ... more
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Wed Oct 1, 2014
Eugene Dean answered:
Did you ever get that security fence installed? If you did, I was wondering if you could give me a contractor recommendation. My chain link fence doesn't even keep stray dogs out of the yard. It is definitely time to beef up my perimeter.

http://www.dbsfencing.com.au/products
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Wed Jul 23, 2014
dbrown answered:
don't do it. this is a high crime area. if you can afford to live somewhere else you should consider that
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Tue Nov 15, 2011
Tim Moore answered:
Ask your real estate agent to get this info for you if any is available. It is likely that you will have to have an inspection done once you get a contract on the house you like. A septic inspection can be done to determine the condition of the septic tank and the field. This will often require the tank to be pumped out and I try to ask the sellers to do that in a contract when I work for the buyers. Many places require a well to be tested prior to closing, ask you agent. ... more
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Fri Nov 26, 2010
Pat Settar answered:
You real estate agent or attorney can order it for you. If you are just considering it then you could request a copy of a previous one from the current owner. If they are unable to come up with it, you can try stopping by the township office. I have often been able to retrieve a copy this way by filling out a form and paying a small fee. Be aware that this is simply a copy from a previous owner and may not reflect additions or changes to the dwelling, fence lines etc. If you are just trying to take a look at the lay of this proposed plot you can also request a copy of the tax record from your local realtor or township office. It's also cool to check it out on google earth! Best of luck to you!
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