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Due diligence exists to help buyers obtain a clear picture of any obstacles prior to closing. A clean title, procuring a survey, and obtaining a geotechnical investigation are typical due diligence items. The ability to recognize an ill-fated project early on minimizes losses and can be just as important for your bottom line as identifying a great project.  


Our due diligence work includes: 

  • Coordinate the due diligence process from start to finish

  • Procure a survey

  • Obtain a geotechnical investigation

  • Hire a civil engineer

  • Prepare a development takeoff (aka: budget)

  • Order a title commitment and review exception documents

  • Delineate wetlands and streams

  • Request utility availability and capacity letters

Due Diligence

Determine if the site meets your criteria.

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