Physical due diligence
Physical due diligence
Secure financing, provide investor reporting and plan for future expenses
A thorough examination of the physical condition of a commercial asset is part of the acquisition due diligence process you cannot afford to forgo. Understand the condition of the property / building, including the financial implications with the proper physical due diligence.
It’s your opportunity to understand whether or not the property has been properly maintained, as assessed by experts, and if not – you can use this information to better negotiate the sale price or back-out of the transaction altogether.
With experience serving large and small clients we provide:
Uncover overlooked opportunities and make informed capital planning decisions
Having a transparent view can help you uncover opportunities and ensure you are not caught off guard by surprise building related expenses, post-acquisition.
Our physical due diligence services include:
- Building / property condition assessments
- Capital expenditure forecasts and lifecycle cost plans
- Property and building risk assessments
- Facilities Management (FM) reviews and risk analyses
- Payment mechanisms and property management KPIs
- Replacement cost estimates
Litigation & dispute valuation
Have a property dispute? Obtain a commercial valuation for litigation, arbitration and dispute resolutions.
Contact a qualified professional
Our multi-disciplinary team of professionals brings a wealth of industry experience and unparalleled data-driven insights, providing the clarity you need to make informed decisions.
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Property appraisals, Property tax assessments & appeals, Economic advisory & market research
Hyatt Regency Calgary
Development due diligence, Financial due diligence, Property tax assessments & appeals
Five points an investor should consider when buying income producing properties
Apr 18, 2017
The price paid for most income producing properties is directly related to their current and expected income flow. Verifying the current income flow and estimating the future income flow is a time consuming but important process. Typically, for larger properties, an estimate of cash flow over a 10 year period should be conducted.
2018 Canadian Cost Guide is now available
Jan 15, 2018
Download Altus Group’s 2018 Cost Guide - the Canadian real estate industry’s leading guide to development project costing.