scope: The Whys in Commercial Building Inspection - 12/28/06 03:09 AM
A few days ago, I posted a blog dicussing some of the questions to consider before bidding or requesting a commercial real estate inspection. The first question was: Why is the inspection needed? The bottom line is that a commercial building inspection gives the client an overall understanding of the general condition of the building. This allows the client to move forward with business planning, negotiations and remodeling or renovation with a knoweldge of current systems. An inspection reduces surprises. When it comes to large real estate transactions that can be a great peace of mind.For some, that needed knowledge is … (3 comments)

scope: Scoping A Commercial Building Inspection - 12/19/06 03:17 AM
Lenders, brokers, agents, investors, tenants and property management firms may all be involved in the sale of commercial real estate. For each, finding the right property inspector can be essential to making the right purchasing decision. It's not always easy to do. Because most commercial inspection reports are narrative in form, it is easy to customize the report to fit the needs of the client. These needs can be varied.¬†In the last few years, National Property Inspection¬†professionals have assessed the condition of buildings for clients purchasing the business operating in the building, but not the building itself. We have performed limited … (0 comments)

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