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Commercial Real Estate Due Diligence

Underwriters, analysts, and loan officers who want to deepen their knowledge of Commercial Real Estate Due Diligence are well served to learn a little about each type of third party report that is needed to underwrite a commercial real estate transaction.    Five of the most commonly required commercial real estate due diligence reports are Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Property Condition Assessments, Seismic Probable Maximum Loss Reports, ALTA Surveys, and Zoning Reports.   Gain a basic education of all of these reports from Globe Street’s upcoming webinar, Due Diligence 101: Third Party Reports A to Z.

 

Due Diligence 101: Third Party Reports A to Z

Webinar Hosted by GlobeSt.com
Tuesday, April 2, 2:00 PM EDT
Register: GlobeSt.com

As commercial real estate heats up in 2013, due diligence is more important than ever. The battery of 3rd party due diligence reports can be a lot to absorb for many CRE professionals. The reports are a veritable alphabet soup: ESA, PCA, PML, ALTA…and more! 

To help you digest it all, Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. will be presenting a webinar on Due Diligence 101 – Third Party Reports from A to Z.

The webinar will cover the 5 main food groups of physical due diligence reports:

  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
  • Property Condition Assessments
  • Seismic Probable Maximum Loss Reports
  • ALTA Land Title Surveys
  • Zoning Reports

 

Partner’s Thought Leaders Joe Derhake, PE and Jenny Redlin will give a solid overview of what each report covers, why they’re important, and key things to look for. Attendees will receive a helpful “Due Diligence Checklist” for commercial real estate transactions.

 

 

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