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Got Land? "Advice is Free"

At 3TAAB we believe that it is our responsibility to educate and empower our clients with the relevant knowledge needed to help them make more informed decisions that relate to the Land Management issues confronting them.

Here we share information about land management in Barbados and give our readers some simple tips and tricks that can help them with their land issues.

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Buying or Selling Land In Barbados

Updated: Feb 27, 2019

Buying or Selling land can sometimes seem to be a scary and an impossible task. That's why it is important that you choose the right people to help you make this process as easy and enjoyable as possible.

Who do you need in your corner when selling or buying land or property?

  1. A trustworthy, licensed & registered land surveyor who is also a member of the Barbados Land Surveyors Association.

  2. A trustworthy and registered real estate agent who will work hard to sell your property.

  3. An experienced and trustworthy Lawyer.

What Your Land Surveyor Needs To Do?

A surveyor will certify the perimeter boundaries for the land parcel and identify the presence of any encroachments upon the subject property or from the subject property onto abutting parcels. The land surveyor is the most important professional when land is being sold or leased. He/she will advise their clients on the physical characteristics of the land parcel being sold.

Tips To Help You Complete Your Sale.

  1. Always ask for a recent plan of the property and ensure that the plan carries the signature of a licensed Land Surveyor along with the recorded stamp by the Barbados Land and Surveys Department.

  2. If the existing plan of the property is more than 20 years old, the prospective purchaser should always insist that a licensed registered professional surveyor who is also a member of the BLSA draw a new certified plan recorded by the Barbados, Lands and Surveyors Department.

If you want to learn more about land surveying and management in Barbados, give us a call. And Remember, If You Got Land Issues, Advice is Free!

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