Investors making the decision to purchase multi-family properties are investing significant financial resources and seek to limit risk. Let Pro-Tech Inspections walk you through the process and assist you in identifying potential risk with the property you are considering.
Pro-Tech Inspections is uniquely positioned to serve investors large and small during the acquisition of multi-family properties.
We are privileged to work with most of the largest investment firms across the country and international firms seeking entry into, or to expand their current portfolio of properties. Having worked with the major single family home buyers during the most recent surge of rental property purchases, we understand the importance of the following key elements in your decisions and due diligence processes.
A multi-unit residential property inspection is performed for a range of clientele, including mortgage lenders, investors, condominium associations, and property managers, and for a variety of different real estate transactions, or as part of a standard maintenance and repair strategy.
Unlike most commercial properties, a multi-dwelling property experiences continual usage as long as the unit is occupied or during the operating hours of a communal space, resulting in wear and tear by occupants and visitors to varying degrees. Some occupants or renters may maintain their unit responsibly; others may not, even if they’re contractually required to. Some tenants may own pets, which adds to the normal amount of wear and tear. And some unoccupied units may suffer from neglect or deferred maintenance, and even vandalism by trespassers. Regardless of the client’s objective for the inspection, having the physical condition of the property assessed by a commercial inspection professional is especially important from both a financial standpoint and a safety perspective.
A multi-dwelling property is also known as a multi-family residential property or multi-unit housing. An inspection for this type of residential property is performed for apartment buildings, condominiums, and townhome developments. Although the interior of each individual unit is similar to a standalone residential property and typically inspected by a home inspector, a multi-dwelling property is designed and built with commercial applications and entail systems and features that require the core competency of a commercial inspector. A commercial inspection may also be mandated by the mortgage lender, oversight association, or authority having jurisdiction based on the property’s zoning and purpose.
As the largest firm in South Carolina, we are ready to provide the number of inspectors needed throughout the state to ensure we complete the inspections and reports quickly. With a staff of 15 inspectors, familiar with various software platforms, code knowledge, local resources, but most importantly the awareness of potential legal and liability pitfalls any property investor/owner should be aware.
In addition, we are the only serving the entire state and the only firm that can also provide all required services in one place, making it easy for your team to communicate, plan, and get questions answered promptly.
Multi-family properties are quickly becoming a hot topic with significant returns. You can trust us to get the job done right and on time.
Inspections of this type are priced individually per property and based upon volume of work, unique characteristics of each property, additional or ancillary services requested, and most importantly our relationship with your organization.
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