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Buyers & Investors

Working with MyPropertyAssessment.com for commercial property inspections is a smart idea.  For first-time buyers and longtime investors who want to add to their portfolio it provides confidence in decision making. During their due-diligence period a good understanding can be assessed.  Also, all of your concerns can be specifically addressed too. Regardless of a client’s experience in buying commercial real estate, the commercial inspection is an investment, and investing should never be done haphazardly or allow for important items to be overlooked.

 

Have you ever wished there was a good inventory of the major components to truly evaluate your investment?  MyPropertyAssessment.com will put this down on paper for you.  What you wanted to know will be made available as part of the assessment.

 

MyPropertyAssessment.com inspector will comply with the International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties (ComSOP).  We will look specifically for issues the buyer will want to know about before purchasing the property.

 

The Following list of systems and components are an example of what we look at.  We can be sure to get your specific concerns during our interview before we look at your property.

 

general topography of the building site: parking areas and sidewalks (to check for barriers to accessibility): exterior elements and fixtures; life safety components; basement, foundation, and crawlspace; wood decks and balconies; doors, windows, and interior; roof surface, drainage, and penetrations; kitchen area, including storage; and heating and ventilation systems; cooling system; plumbing system; mechanical and electrical systems;

other site-specific areas of concern.

The specific concerns we look at on your behalf are: poor installation and workmanship; inadequate design for the intended use; deferred maintenance; environmental damage or risks; and systems near the end of their service life.

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Note: Every inspection and subsequent report will be different based on the type of property and its use, the Scope of Work for the inspection, and even the inspector, so previous inspection reports should not be relied upon as an accurate record of its current condition. Contact me to discuss the specific needs for the project.

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