Business Inspection

What Happens After a Home Inspection Uncovers Problems?

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You put in an offer on a new home, but it didn’t pass inspection. What next? Here’s what happens after a home inspection uncovers major issues. You’re about to drop a big chunk of change on a new home, so you decide to get an inspection first (good call, by the way). And that’s when

How to Avoid an ADA Lawsuit

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95% of commercial buildings violate of the ADA…and their owners don’t even know it. But some lawyers make it their job to know. Here’s how to avoid a costly ADA lawsuit. The Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, is a vital piece of legislation for ensuring that all Americans have equal access to the same

Why Use a New Construction Inspector?

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Having new office buildings, warehouses, apartments, residential homes, strip malls, or any other structure built from the ground-up according to your own specifications often sounds like the easiest way to avoid extensive (and expensive) repairs later on, but before you start talking to architects and builders, you should know that new construction is plagued by

How a Construction Review Can Save Your Project

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Completing a commercial construction venture is a delicate business. And if you’re an investor or lender, you’re responsible for all of the risk while holding none of the control. How can you be sure the job will be completed on-time, on-budget, and with no costly surprises? Knowing what you’re getting into before property changes hands

Rezoning Property From Residential to Commercial

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Converting commercial property into residential space—like turning a parking garage into condos—has been popular recently. But what about rezoning property from residential to commercial? Commercial real estate is lucrative. Nearly $90 billion is spent building it each year. If you have a residential property, it’s well worth your time converting it to commercial. But where do you

Save Thousands With an ADA Inspection

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As the owner of a commercial building, making sure that your investment is ADA compliant is your responsibility. But ADA compliance is about more than ramps and parking spots. There is a long list of standards that your building must meet in order to be ADA compliant. And the only way to make sure that