Subdividing a property into lots or small parcels of land may be required for a variety of reasons. Being a land owner or a real estate person about to subdivide your property you need to take many factors into consideration. Let us see some of the most important among them that must weigh in your mind before undergoing the process of subdividing the property.
First thing you must understand is that there is no standard process for doing this, and the law and regulations that govern the subdivision process also varies from location and location. Even there may be variation from property to property also. Though process of subdivision starts from you as the owner who wants to pursue the process of subdivision either for profit or convenience and necessity your local Planning and Development Office is your starting place for putting the process in motion.
Sub dividing a property divides it into several smaller parts that can be sold for profit or used for other purposes and this leads to the increase in the value of the property. You must be aware that smaller parcels of land are easier to subdivide rather than larger ones that involve complex procedures and methods to achieve your sub division objectives.
Factors to be considered:
Then engage a Developer or a Civil Engineer to survey your property and prepare the plan with application for subdivision to be submitted to your County or Municipal office for their approval .
Once your application is approved by the local office and you pay the required fees you can engage a surveyor and subdivide the property as planned by you.