Commercial Property Inspections
Our commercial property inspections are a terrific educational opportunity for you to learn as much information as possible about the background and condition of the property.
During our property inspections, like multi-unit property inspections, inspectors are looking for a complete assessment of the property. What are the guidelines for a commercial property inspection?
Our property inspectors look to identify any major issues
As a property buyer, you want to be aware of any major property issues that could impact your decision to purchase the home. Using our trained expertise, and advanced tools like drones, thermal imagers, and moisture meters, we look to uncover potential concerns like foundation problems, structural issues, or major systems that need repair or are dated for replacement.
Our licensed inspectors will give you an opinion on the overall condition of the property
The comprehensive inspection will provide an opinion of the condition of the components of the property. This can help you, the buyer, understand the potential cost of repairing any deficiencies in addition to maintaining the property.
A property inspection helps you as a buyer understand any safety concerns
The report will identify any safety concerns that may exist within the property, such as asbestos, lead paint or mold.
What does a purchaser do during our commercial property inspections?
During the inspection, the buyer may or may not be present. If they do attend the inspection, they are able to be actively involved in the process.
Some things that the property buyer might do during their commercial property inspection:
- Ask questions: The purchaser should ask the inspector any questions they have about the property or the inspection process. The inspector can provide valuable information and insights into the condition of the property.
- Take notes: It is helpful for the purchaser to take notes during the inspection, documenting any issues or concerns that are identified by the inspector. This can be useful when negotiating repairs or a lower purchase price with the seller.
- Inspect the property: The purchaser should also inspect the property themselves, looking for any visible issues or areas of concern. Any areas of concern should be directed to the inspector for a more in-depth assessment.
- Consider future costs: The commercial property purchaser should consider the potential costs of maintaining the property, based on the information provided by the inspector. This helps our client, the buyer make an informed decision about purchasing the property.
Our report is color-coded and user friendly.
Within 24 hours after the inspection we send, via email, an extensive color-coded inspection report that is easy to read and understand. With clear pictures and illustrations, the report is web-based for easy viewing even on mobile devices. The report includes a thorough explanation of any areas of concern. The report also includes a feature to add repair estimates to assist in ongoing negotiations for repairs or a lower purchase price. If the inspection reveals issues with the property, the property buyer may be able to negotiate repairs or a lower purchase price with the seller.
Overall, the purpose of a property inspection is to provide you with peace of mind and the confidence to make an informed decision by obtaining a clear insight to any potential risks and costs associated with purchasing and maintaining the property.