Waterfront Property Assessments

In NH prior to executing a purchase and sale agreement for any “developed waterfront property” using a septic disposal system, an owner shall, at his expense, engage a permitted subsurface sewer or waste disposal system designer to perform an on-site assessment study.

NH DES Provides a list of water bodies here: https://www.des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/water/wetlands/cspa/water_bodies.htm

We can complete the assessment for your property transaction and provide the documentation that goes along with the assessment findings. The form does not go to the NH DES, it actually is transferred from seller to buyer and becomes part of the Purchase and Sales Agreement.

2018 Fact Sheet WD-SSB 10
Selling Developed Waterfront Property: Site Assessment Study Required

Equipment We Use

We utilize the most up-to-date equipment, currently we have a Leica TS-13 Robotic Instrument, a Carlson Tablet Data Collector and a Sokkia GPS Unit. This equipment allows our team to move much quicker, with great accuracy and precision.

We also have the ability to send a single crew member out with the Robotic Instrument, this is a great tool for us to gather data, we are able to get the same high level information with just a one person crew!

Carlson Data Collector & Sokkia GPS Unit