We do your homework before you as client or investor actually make the purchase
Real Estate Due diligence means taking caution, performing calculations, reviewing documents, procuring insurance, walking the property, etc. — essentially doing your homework for the property BEFORE you as client or investor actually make the purchase.
If there are too many issues with the property — and that means too much potential risk and cost — then the client can cancel the purchase agreement (promissory contract) and look for a better property.
Here are just a few of the steps that apply to both personal residences and investment properties, although some steps may only apply to one: