Commercial Property / Due Diligence Report

Tyrrells provide quality Commercial / Due Diligence Reports for non-residential property including existing commercial, retail, industrial, institutional, hospital and assembly buildings and new commercial properties.

We will prioritise the information you need for your next purchase.

Our Reports are designed to quickly advise a purchaser of any immediate work, serious issues or further investigations needed prior to purchase.

Non-residential properties are built differently and can have numerous additional problems due to the type and complexity of construction. Air conditioning, lift, fire and electrical services in non-residential buildings can conceal extensive problems.
Where required, Tyrrells have consultants with strong Fire Safety & OHS knowledge, and Structural Engineering qualifications. We also have an Engineering Services partner if a review of any Mechanical, Electrical, Hydraulic & Lift systems is requested, and we’ll coordinate the inspection and Report.

Our specially trained building consultants will decipher the National Construction Code (NCC) or where applicable, the Building Code Of Australia (BCA).

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How long does it take to prepare?

Written reports are usually available within 3 to 7 working days of the inspection, dependant on the size & complexity of the asset.

What Information Should a Due Dilligence Report include?

A Due Diligence Report is a complex report which should include basic data on the property (lot and building size, floor number, property type, parking, zoning and current use), an evaluation of each element of a building, other inspections and reports from building inspectors, contractors, engineers, plumbers and other consultants. The report may require reviewing tenant Information and obtaining seller disclosure on details such as historic operating statements, capital improvement schedules, service agreements, completed building permits etc.

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