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The purpose of the due diligence process is to discover the potential problems with a property, reveal any hidden profit potential, and to verify all information you have obtained. This intelligence will enable a buyer to make an informed decision.
As part of the diligence process, buyers should carefully review all service contracts in effect and make sure that they are cancelable with 30 or 60 days’ notice. Make special note of any that is self-renewing for long terms such as one year or longer. If you come across any of these types of agreements, make sure that the seller understands that he will be responsible for any costs incurred for early termination or be prepared to live with them for the duration of the remaining term. You want to have the flexibility of bidding other outside vendors and replacing the old ones if you feel you can strike a better deal with another vendor.
Make sure you receive all the current service contracts that are in effect at the building including, but not limited to:
Buyers should retain a qualified commercial real estate broker experienced in their property type and market to advise them on the due diligence process.
At Golden Group Real Estate, we specialize in buyer representation real estate services for office space users in the Chicago area, helping local business owners find office space and negotiate lease and purchase agreements. We never represent landlords, so we are prepared to negotiate aggressively on behalf of our tenant clients.
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