Property Inspection is a unbiased non-invasive, visual inspection of a building, carried out by a fully qualified professional trained and experienced in evaluating grounds, buildings and their components. 

  • Structural components, including walls, floors, roofs, windows, and doors
  • Systems, including plumbing, HVAC, and electrical
  • Interior components, including finishes and fixtures
  • Exterior components, including finishes and fixtures
  • Grounds
  • Exterior
  • Attic
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Interior Rooms
  • Crawl Space/Basement
  • Garage/Outbuildings
  • Electrical
  • HVAC
  • Plumbing
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A property condition assessment includes an evaluation of all the improvements on the site, including the building, parking lots, landscaping, utilities, outbuildings, signage, and roads. It evaluates the current condition of those components and reports on any that are found to be in poor condition. The PCA also estimates costs to correct any deficiencies. The PCA should follow the latest ASTM standards, and include estimates, based on up-to-date construction costs.


Capital Needs Assessments (CNAs), also known as Physical Needs Assessments, are property inspection reports that estimate the current costs of any immediate repairs required along with establishing a budget forecast of estimated future costs of property maintenance.


a “Market Snapshot” is the composite rendering of a Property Inspection, Property Condition Assessment, Capital Needs Analysis and Appraisal to estimate the actual or current discounted market value of a property.

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