At the end of an inspection, you will receive the information you need to enter into negotiations with the property owner or manager. If you’re buying an office building, this information can give you a leg up; you may be able to negotiate a lower price to compensate for outdated systems or needed repairs.
In a rental transaction, your inspection results can help you receive better lease terms or convince the owner to make repairs before you sign. After all, building issues can have a big impact on your finances, operations, and legal standing, not to mention the safety of your employees and customers. In some cases, an inspection that turns up major problems is reason to terminate the transaction.
A commercial building inspection gives you a better picture of the status of an office building.
When done right,the results can help you make an informed decision about a rental or purchase so your company can focus on meeting its full potential.