As a successful businessperson, you probably know how much of a difference a little preparation can make, and that will serve you well when it comes to having your commercial property inspected. So, what steps can you take to ensure that your inspection goes well and is satisfactory?
It does depend on whether you are the buyer or seller of the property in question. As a seller, it is important that you ensure that you have the property in good order. Repair any problems that you are aware of since the inspector would need to note these on the report. Ensure that the inspector will have access to all the areas of the property that are necessary for an inspection.
As a buyer, you should do your best to have a good idea of items that you are especially concerned about, and you should feel free to ask your inspector about them. If at all possible and safe, you should accompany the inspector on the inspection to get a chance to closely observe the areas of concern. This will make it much easier for you to review them when you get your report.