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Property Condition Assessments
In addition to providing Phase I ESAs, RSB Environmental provides Property Condition Assessments and Commercial Building Inspections for a wide variety of clients; including, CMBS lenders, Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac lenders, and equity clients.
Most of our reports are performed to meet the standards set within ASTM E2018-08 guidelines.
Property Condition Assessment Scope
Property Condition/Structural Assessment:
The scope of work for the typical Property Condition Assessment will be based upon the Client Company Scope of Work if any and the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard E 2018-15. It will include the following:
As part of this assessment, a User Questionnaire will be forwarded to the User to complete and return to RSB. This questionnaire is intended to prompt the User to provide any relevant information to RSB. Relevant information would include previous related documentation, property capital expenses, and other pertinent information.
Why Choose RSB Environmental For Your Property Condition Assessments?
Frequently Asked Questions
A Property Condition Assessment, also known as a Property Condition Report or Commercial Building Inspection, is a complete inspection of a commercial real estate asset that includes all improvements and systems of each building on the property. It’s usually ordered as part of a commercial properties transaction’s due diligence.
PCAs can help lenders and buyers to determine how the asset’s financial performance will be affected by the property’s condition and site renovations.
It may be the lender’s or buyer’s responsibility to commission a PCA with an approved provider as soon as the loan application is submitted. After that, the PCA provider must find out who knows the most about the property and send them a pre-inspection survey. To obtain as much information as possible prior to a site visit, this survey will ask questions such as the age of the roof, the age of the windows, whether there is aluminum wiring or galvanized pipe, and so on.