Do you want to be sure that you have all the necessary documents for the use, running, lease or sale of your real estate? Do you need to assess the completeness and correctness of the accompanying documentation for the technical equipment and technology?
Would you welcome any consultancy during the preparation phase of your investment? Do you need a project assessment to secure funding by a banking company?
Do you need to assess the present constructional and technical state of a building in use or do you want to perform a monitoring of its running?
Do you want to be sure that all the documents needed for the final inspection are prepared?
Do you intend to buy a flat or a house and want to know if no hidden deficiencies are present, no additional unexpected construction work is needed or do you wish to change the price? Do you want to verify what are you really going to buy?
During an inspection on site we verify the actual technical state of the real estate, construction site safety and prepare for you the technical statement including deficiencies, their removal and pricing.
The term "due diligence" first came into common use as a result of the United States' Securities Act of 1933.. Originally it was used to secure the reliability of data in published offers for capital investments.
Nowadays „due diligence“ is a term used for a number of concepts involving either an investigation of a business or person prior to signing a contract, or an act with a certain standard of care. It can be a legal obligation, but the term will more commonly apply to voluntary investigations.
The aim of the „due diligence“ process is to remove the differences in the scope of information between the supposed contracting parties, i.e. by obtaining and providing of objective, precise and complete information for the evaluation of the situation in which the subject of the intended contract stands.
- Technical review of the construction documentation;
- Compliance assessment of the construction performance with the construction documentation;
- Assessment of the technical state of the object;
- Compliance of the use of the building with the planning permission;
- Check of documentation and permissions;
- Cost estimation for the removal of disclosed deficiencies;
- Estimation of the object lifetime;
- Identification of technical and construction risks.