How to Conduct a Technical Due Diligence of Property

Technical Due diligence is an essential process during any real estate transaction. It’s important to ensure the property you’re about to purchase is a reliable investment, and that it’s not hiding any hidden problems. If you aren’t sure what due diligence means, or how to go about doing it, here are some helpful tips.

What is a Technical Due Diligence?

Technical due diligence is a thorough examination of a property’s structure, systems, and functions, to ensure that it is fit for purpose. It is used by potential buyers to evaluate a property’s compliance with local building codes and regulations, as well as its suitability for the intended use. Technical due diligence is different from financial due diligence, which is used to evaluate a property’s long-term profitability and any existing contracts or obligations that may affect the investment.

Why is Technical Due Diligence necessary?

A property’s condition and utility are major factors in its long-term profitability. If a property is not set up to maximize its utility and operational efficiency, it may not be able to generate enough income to provide a good return on investment. The condition of a property can also have a major influence on its long-term value. If a property is not well maintained, it may lose its value over time. Technical due diligence can help you identify any issues with a property’s condition so that you can plan for necessary repairs and replacements.

How to conduct Technical Due Diligence of your property?

Technical due diligence begins with an inspection of the property to determine its current condition and suitability for the intended use. You should hire a qualified consulting team to conduct a thorough inspection of the building and identify any deficiencies or problems that may affect its operational efficiency or structural integrity. The engineer will provide you with a detailed report containing his observations, recommendations for repairs, and estimated costs. In addition to the site visit, you should also evaluate the property’s engineering drawings and design documents to determine its compliance with local building codes and regulations. We at Desapex provide this code compliance inspection services to perform this assessment and during this process, the entire building is scanned and documented in BIM Models and As-built drawings, which will be used to compare the existing drawings, the actual carpet area of the building and digital documentation with 360-degree photographic evidence for all the code compliance-related requirements.

What things to pay attention to during a TDD?

  • Equipment and Systems - You should evaluate the condition of the equipment and systems at the property to determine if they are compatible with your business operations. You should also evaluate the existing systems to determine if they are adequate to meet your current needs.
  • Utilities - You should examine the utilities at the property to determine if they are adequate for the intended use. You should also evaluate the property’s electrical and water systems to ensure that they meet local code requirements.
  • Environmental conditions - You should evaluate the property’s amenities, landscaping, and surrounding buildings to ensure that it is well maintained and meets local standards. You should also verify that the property is located in an area that has adequate public services, such as power, water, and transportation.

Summary

Technical due diligence is a process that is used to evaluate a property’s condition and utility. It’s important to conduct one before purchasing a property because this will give you a better idea of what you’re getting yourself into. During the due diligence process, we will inspect the property and evaluate its current state. we will also evaluate the equipment and systems that are installed at the property to determine if they are compatible with your business operations. Technical due diligence will help you determine the condition of the utilities at the property and whether or not they are adequate for the intended use. It will also help you determine the surrounding environmental conditions at the property, such as the well-being of the landscaping and the availability of public services.

Varunkumar Sagarkar, image
Author : Varunkumar Sagarkar
Director Digital Engineering - Desapex
Reach us: sales@desapex.com
Follow us: Desapex
arrow
Back to Blog

Know us better

Contact Us

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.