Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Merger Combines Strengths

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Merger Combines Strengths

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INSITESJC is the result of a merger of two successful businesses, Insite Strategies Pty Ltd and Sommerfeld Jensen Campbell (SJC Surveys).

Both businesses had previously collaborated on projects, although competed on other occasions.

Managing partner Andrew Jensen said combining the strengths of both into one business was an obvious progression.

From January 2014, Insite SJC also employed Randall Barrington and took on the privilege of servicing the clients of Randall Barrington Town Planning.

InsiteSJC now has six qualified surveyors, five town planners and support staff to provide clients with the service and expertise that is required.

Mr Jensen said InsiteSJC was proud to offer a one-stop approach to property owners, which saves clients time and money.

"We offer full surveying, town planning and project consultancy services all under one roof," he said.

"Having been present in our local community for over 32 years, Insite SJC has a strong connection and unparalleled knowledge of the Bundaberg and greater Wide Bay area.

"With a team of highly experienced and qualified staff, InsiteSJC is able to offer clients its extensive expertise to add value to your property."

Are you thinking of purchasing or building a new home? If so, the team at InsiteSJC encourage you to ask why you need a surveyor to be involved in this process.

Purchasing property

When a contract is signed to purchase a property, the onus is on the purchaser to ensure that they are buying the correct property.

Not only does the purchaser need to ensure that the property description is correct, but they should also ensure that the fencing is constructed on the boundary and that all of the improvements are contained within the boundaries.

A cadastral surveyor will ensure that the property description is correct, and can re-mark the property boundaries to ensure that all of the improvements are constructed within the boundaries.

The surveyor will also locate any buildings and improvements that encroach over the boundary, and prepare a survey plan showing the boundaries, dimensions and the extent of any encroachments. …

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