Due diligence surveys provide prospective buyers and investors with information on the true state of a property or building before they purchase it. Persons involved in buying, selling, lending, and managing commercial real estate, routinely need to perform a variety of types of commercial property due diligence.
Landair Surveys are licensed surveyors and have years of experience delivering identification and re-establishment surveys on properties. Our surveyors measure the site involved to determine the location of buildings on, or adjacent to the land and any fences present. They check for the existence of easements (for drainage, etc.), covenants and restrictions on land use, and whether or not the subject land complies with the terms of these conditions.
At Landair Surveys we pay special attention to any encroachments by or upon the land or upon any easements. We will report on the distances of the walls from the side boundary of the land and can help check that your boundaries and land area (measured in square metres) are correct. We will also ensure that the dimensions correctly relate to your certificate of title, and that no buildings or structures cross any land boundaries onto neighbouring properties (and vice versa).
A part of this due diligence process may be to request a licensed surveyor to undertake a lease area survey of the building.