Right-of-way acquisition can be a difficult process for each of the parties involved. With a diverse and experienced staff, TranSystems maintains superior client satisfaction and provides administration of real property acquisition in accordance with all federal and state laws, rules and regulations, including the Federal Uniform Relocation and Real Property Act of 1970. Because our right-of-way acquisition professionals are part of a full-service transportation engineering firm, we offer the experience and dedication to meet challenges presented to us while never losing sight of the “big picture.”

TranSystems offers a wealth of experience in project management, title research, right-of-way cost estimates/PDP process; appraisal/waiver option/value analysis; appraisal review; property management; negotiations; relocation assistance; relocation review; closing and recording; and right-of-way plan reviews. Although we know the acquisition process inside and out, we treat each project as a unique endeavor, making sure to address the client’s concerns and setting clear expectations. Our right-of-way acquisition team offers a powerful combination: unparalleled expertise coupled with outstanding dedication and customer service.

TranSystems regularly works with departments of transportation and other public and private clients, giving us an understanding of clients’ common needs and priorities, and allowing us to avoid the pitfalls that a less experienced consultant might face.

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