Improvement Location Certificates

what is an improvement location certificate

Flatirons, Inc. has the largest department dedicated to providing Improvement Location Certificates (ILC's) in the Front Range area. These certificates are typically used in order for mortgage and/or title companies to have some assurance that the improvements to a property are not encroaching into an easement or beyond the deed lines. Easements of public record are shown graphically, which may delineate areas of land that belong to the property owner, but in which other parties (such as utility companies) may have limited rights.

With over twenty years experience working with clients who provide mortgage-lending and real estate services, Flatirons, Inc. has developed a library of over 45,000 Improvement Location Certificates. This often allows us to complete an ILC more rapidly and less expensively than our competition. We will make every effort to provide you with a high level of customer

service through being committed to meeting your needs and assuring that your deadlines are met.

  • An ILC is not a survey, but a certificate
  • Used in order for mortgage and/or title companies to have some assurance that the improvements to a property are not encroaching into an easement or beyond the deed lines
  • In most cases an ILC will be sufficient to show the relationship of the improvements to the deed lines
  • The preparation of an improvement survey plat or land survey plat, to determine property line location, may be necessary
  • Prepared to meet Colorado Revised Statute Section 38-51-105
  • We have a library of over 45,000 Improvement Location Certificates
  • This allows us to complete an ILC more rapidly and less expensively than our competition See an example.

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