So, you entered into a contract to purchase a large commercial real estate asset, put a sizeable earnest money deposit into escrow, and are ready begin your inspections of the property. Now what? What should your priorities be?
Why does one require a survey to properly review title? What happens when an inspection uncovers hazardous substances? Who is responsible for providing the property due diligence documents and what information is customary to request from the Seller? Due diligence is a stage of real estate investment that is ignored at one’s peril.
This webinar provides an excellent overview as well as a checklist for all potential buyers and sellers as well as the professionals representing them.
Matthew is responsible for all aspects of business development and execution at Keen-Summit Capital Partners. He focuses primarily on the development of new business, marketing and implementing strategic real estate… Read More
Louis P. Archambault, Esq. is a partner in Saul Ewing Arnstein and Lehr's Miami office, where he is a member of the firm’s Real Estate and Business and Finance practices… Read More
Michelle Gershfeld is a bankruptcy attorney, debt negotiator, and personal financial life coach who advises people in debt or building wealth, by identifying and overcoming obstacles that lie in their… Read More