Capital Management Engineering Limited: Service Lines

By: Capital Management Engineering  09-12-2011
Keywords: financing, Real Property, Condition Assessments

Financial Due Diligence

We  provide Property Condition Assessments aimed at supporting mortgage financing. These general property condition assessments typically include a written report, anticipated capital cash flow requirement equal to the term of the loan, and various pictures of the property.  We tailor our reports for each client and mortgage underwriter as many financial institutions have specific formats and requirements for their due diligence reports. These reports are typically time sensitive and are usually required on or before closing; so please contact us early in your purchase and sale negotiations to allow adequate time to complete your report prior to your closing date.

Can you answer these questions about your proposed acquisition?

  • What is the condition of the building and property?
  • How much capital will be required during the term of the mortgage?
  • What components are likely to fail or be of concern during the mortgage term?
  • Should there be a discount on the purchase price based on the work that needs to be completed

Detailed Condition Assessments

More in depth assessments can include discipline specific evaluations for any single or combination of disciplines. The objective of a detailed assessment is to provide the potential purchaser or current owner with an in-depth assessment with respect to the building condition and expected useful life of the various building components. Detailed assessments are often targeted at providing specific answers to known building problems, quantifying them and in turn providing information for effective property management.

  • What specifically do you own and what are you responsible for?
  • What is the condition of each system and how long is it expected to last?
  • What are your business critical capital projects
  • How to prioritize your projects.

Capital Planning & Facility Condition Indexing

Do you know the condition of your building or group of buildings? Once you know the overall condition of your real property, we can help define where you should invest your capital dollars to best align with your business objectives. By using facility condition indexing, we can help establish realistic outcomes given any amount of investment. We provide our clients with the tools to evaluate year over year progress. Many of our clients use indexing to benchmark their buildings establishing how competitive they are in their marketplace. Knowing where and when to invest in your real property assets to align with your business vision is an important tool for anyone owning real property.

  • Where and when should you invest in your real property?
  • How do you measure the health of your buildings?
  • What should you expect as an outcome given a fixed budget ?
  • Are you sure you are spending money on the right assets?
  • Have you ever benchmarked your buildings?

Divestiture Due Diligence

Do you know the condition of your building or group of buildings? Once you know the overall condition of your real property, we can help define where you should invest your capital dollars to best align with your business objectives. By using facility condition indexing, we can help establish realistic outcomes given any amount of investment. We provide our clients with the tools to evaluate year over year progress. Many of our clients use indexing to benchmark their buildings establishing how competitive they are in their marketplace. Knowing where and when to invest in your real property assets to align with your business vision is an important tool for anyone owning real property.

  • Having an independent condition assessment will make your property more attractive to potential purchasers.
  • Rebuild, Replace or Retire, we can help guide you.
  • Be prepared for the due diligence findings.

Keywords: Condition Assessments, financing, Property Condition, Property Condition Assessments, Real Property

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