Due Diligence is an essential part of any real estate transaction and should be treated as such. We work to protect our clients’ best interests, as due diligence can dramatically impact your bottom line.
– Scott Pate, P.G. President/CEO

While the definition of due diligence refers to the research and analyses involved in a transaction, it really refers to “doing the right things” to adequately study a particular situation, project or transaction. In the environmental arena, Sierra takes all necessary steps to establish a baseline of information for all parties involved. When you buy or lease a property, sell or move from it, this baseline lets everyone know the property’s environmental status. It is critical in establishing the “innocent landowner defense.”

Should you or your lender ever need a Property Condition Assessment (PCA), we can take care of that for you as well.