TYPES OF MINNESOTA COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INSPECTIONS
Commercial Property Inspection for Building Owners/Sellers - Savvy commercial building owners are finding that a professional commercial property inspection provides them with a leg up on maintenance issues, prioritizing the needed repairs and maintaining building value. This can also give a distinct advantage to a seller when in a competitive commercial property market, easing the minds of potential buyers or lessors.
Commercial Property Inspection for Buyers - Considering purchasing a commercial property to house your new or existing business? Conducting your due diligence on any building you intend to buy and invest should be foremost in the process. With an ASTM guided inspection, you can be sure that you are going to purchase the optimal building for your growing business.
Commercial Property Inspection for Lease Tenants - Similar to buyers, lease tenants are moving into a building to aid visibility and productivity. The difference is that you are still paying rent. Documenting current conditions in the building are key to a good business relationship with your landlord. A thorough inspection can help in the event of disputes and give a guide to preventative maintenance.
Lender/Insurance Commercial Property Inspection - Commercial lenders and insurance companies are in business to make money. They require verifications of property conditions and tenants/occupants. Commercial inspections can provide both of those and much more, which can in turn aid your business in receiving funding and potentially better insurance rates.
Probability of Cost Report - Probability of cost estimates are summary reports that give approximations for the purpose of establishing a general range of costs that might be incurred in the near future (normally within 5 – 10 years from report date) for items specified in the report or by the client. Typically, this does not include costs of routine maintenance.