Land Surveying and Title Services – Everywhere.
Millman National Land Services is a nationwide company providing full-scale land services for commercial real estate and individuals. We can execute multi-state transactions, high-volume multi-site transactions, and single-site projects. We operate according to ALTA standards and relevant state and local guidelines. We hold a commitment to precision, compliance, and scalability.
Everywhereproperty owners need us.
Everywhere people shop.
Everywherelenders need us.
Everywhere the wind blows
Everywheredealmakers need us.
Everywhere energy is created.
Everywheretitle companies need us.
Everywhere food is served.
Everywherewireless carriers need us.
Everywhere people work.
Everywheredevelopers need us.
Everywhere developers need us.
Why Millman National Land Services?
ALTA Land Surveys
Cell Tower Surveys, Audits, As-builts
Zoning Compliance Report (ZCR)
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Land Use Compliance Report and Checklist
Permits Approvals Compliance Report
Zoning Code and Letter Report
Building Investigation Report (BIR)
Site Investigation Report (SIR)
“They’re friendly, with a can-do, will-do attitude. They’re always trying to make sure we’re a satisfied customer.”
“Other firms hire out to small local companies. Millman surveyors work for them. There is no confusion. They’re available and enthusiastic about the work they do. That is peace of mind for us.”
We were thoroughly impressed with Millman during the Burger King transaction and will be sure to keep Millman in mind for future transactions.
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