Commercial Property Inspection for Seller/Buyer

Our qualified team of professionals who've had experience inspecting a diverse range of property types will supply you with a commercial property condition assessment report that will help:

  • Sellers prepare a property to be put on the market by finding any problems that may exist for immediate fixing or replacing or to prevent any surprises during the buyer's inspection.
  • Buyers by spotting anything that may need maintenance or replacing and further reduce the financial risk that comes with buying a commercial property.
Pre-Lease Inspection

If you are entering into a lease that states you will be responsible for all expenses which are normally associated with ownership, such as utilities, repairs, insurance and taxes, also called a closed end lease. This type of lease states if a component associated with the building is defective or needs to be replaced, you are responsible for full replacement costs. In many facilities when a component needs to be replaced it could cost many times more than the monthly lease payment. If the building components are inspected and a baseline is established for the estimated remaining lifespan, you could present this valuable information to the potential landlord before signing the lease and negotiate the responsibilities of the costs that will occur. Further protecting yourself from many unforeseen costs in the future, and adding to your bottom line.

A Team Approach With A Single Point of Contact

A Team Approach With A Single Point of Contact

Each commercial building inspection or property condition assessment performed is coordinated by our senior inspector Mark Bendit from Superior Home Inspection Services who works directly with the client from proposal development to final delivery of the completed property condition assessment.

Depending on the level of complexity of the commercial building and your needs, the senior inspector will draw from a team of experts to perform specialized inspections - ranging from structural inspectors to elevator specialists, to ADA compliance inspection.

Types of Properties We Inspect Include:

  • Apartment Buildings
  • Assisted Living Facilities
  • Bars
  • Condominiums
  • Hotels
  • Industrial Manufacturing Facilities
  • Medical Facilities
  • Motels
  • Multi-Building Complexes
  • Multi-Family Housing
  • Office Buildings
  • Restaurants
  • Retail Stores / Strip Malls
  • Warehouses
Call today for a Commercial Inspection: (646) 665-4399