Our commercial inspections include thorough assessments of all the critical systems and components.
The real estate transaction process includes a period of time known as the due diligence period. During this time, a prospective buyer is responsible for having the property appraised and inspected to get as much information as possible to make an informed decision. After the due diligence period ends, a potential buyer is typically responsible for a larger financial investment. During that time, it’s important to have an experienced inspector perform an inspection on the property you’re considering purchasing. It’s especially important to bring in an inspector for commercial transactions.
Here in Norfolk, Virginia and the surrounding area, our team at Towne & Country Property Inspections can perform a range of inspection services. One of our areas of expertise is commercial inspections. We perform these inspections on all types of commercial properties that can be put up for sale. Our goal is to provide each potential buyer with a detailed report that can be used to make a more informed decision about moving forward with the purchase.
Our commercial inspections include thorough assessments of all the critical systems and components. An experienced inspector will look at the roof, HVAC system and other mechanical systems, foundation, crawlspace, plumbing, and electrical system. Our inspectors will also outline important information about these components, such as the type of material on the roof, when the HVAC equipment was manufactured, and other valuable data. We’ll give you a report that outlines any areas of concern, which you can use in negotiations with the seller. To schedule commercial inspections with our experienced team, give us a call.