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Hoppe Stephen Stephen F. Hoppe, L.S., is a licensed State of New York land surveyor, who performs land surveying for all of Westchester County and Rockland County in New York State. He is a member of the New York State Association of Professional Land Surveyors and is a fully licensed by the State of New York as a land surveyor. New York Surveyor provides land surveys for title searches, property disputes, construction staking, variance applications and more.

We work with developers, contractors, attorneys, title companies, business owners, as well as individual land and homeowners. We also do elevation certificates. At New York Surveyor, we work with individual land and homeowners, as well as businesses, non-profits or other entities. We service a variety of clients and industries including law firms, title companies, builders, contractors, commercial land developers and more.
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New York Surveyor provides land surveys for title searches, property disputes, construction staking, variance application and more. We work with developers, contractors, attorneys, title companies, business owners, as well as individual land and homeowners. We are well experienced in providing Real Estate Transfer Surveys at the request of the bank

At New York Surveyor, we work with individual land and homeowners, as well as businesses, non-profits or other entities. We service a variety of clients and industries including law firms, title companies, builders, contractors, commercial land developers and more. We are also happy to work with the individual land and homeowners. We provide a variety

Surveying or land surveying is the technique, profession and science of accurately determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional position of points and the distances and angles between them. These points are usually on the surface of the Earth, and they are often used to establish land maps and boundaries for ownership or governmental purposes. To

The form also indicates the elevation of the building. The Elevation Certificate provides information for insurance companies, lenders and community flood control administrators and is is used by insurance companies for the purpose of quoting your property flood insurance rates. Elevation Certificates are required by the National Flood Program which

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