How A Commercial Property Inspection Could Save You

An inspection is one of the most important steps of any real estate transaction, but that especially rings true for commercial properties. No one would risk the liability of an investment property that wasn’t properly vetted with an inspection. Evolve Property Inspections gives clients a detailed evaluation of a building and its systems with our comprehensive commercial building inspections because we understand that an informed buyer makes better decisions. Let us explain all the ways that a commercial property inspection could save you and your investment in the future.

Commercial Building Inspections

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

The commercial inspector and their team of specialty consultants are a third party to your real estate transaction, and their objective is to provide you with an accurate overview of the condition of the property as a whole. The inspection may identify any number of deficiencies such as poor installation and workmanship, inadequate design for intended use, deferred maintenance, environmental damage or risks, and systems that are near the end of their service life. Besides their costly repair and maintenance, commercial properties incur a liability that extends to your employees, customers, and other building occupants. A commercial property inspection from Evolve Property Inspections will help you reduce your risk, potentially saving you thousands of dollars in the long run.

How Valuable is That Report?

Within 24 hours of the conclusion of your property inspection, you will receive a written report with concise details from the walk-through survey, the documents that were secured, any interviews that were conducted, as well as any third-party reports ordered as part of the inspection. This report will give you a summary of the inspector’s findings including an inventory of the building’s major systems and components, and an evaluation of their functional and physical condition. Keep in mind that every inspection and its resulting report will differ based upon the type of property and its use, the scope of work for the inspection, and even the inspector. Therefore, previous inspection reports should not be relied upon for an accurate record of a building’s current condition. 

Schedule Your Commercial Inspection

Evolve Property Inspections provides valuable commercial building inspections that will highlight the strengths and potential deficiencies of the property so that you can make the most informed decision. Contact us today at (305) 506-8969 to request a quote or schedule your inspection. We serve Miami-Dade County and the surrounding areas of Kendall, Pinecrest, and Coral Gables.