Retention Ponds, Vacated Tenant Spaces, Goose Droppings, Soil Erosion
A commercial real estate lease is one of the biggest financial obligations for any company. Whether the client is starting a business that requires a storefront or expanding their business locations, they should always have the physical condition of the property examined by a commercial inspector before entering into or renewing a lease agreement.
A commercial property inspection will provide an assessment of the physical condition of the property as a whole. It will also list an inventory of the building’s major systems and components, and an evaluation of their physical and functional condition. These findings will highlight the property’s strengths and potential deficiencies, as well as deferred maintenance issues.
A commercial property inspection helps both landlord and tenant ensure that all parties are maintaining acceptable property conditions and can anticipate their operating expenses throughout the tenancy.