Commercial Due Diligence Documents Delivery Deadline

Due diligence is a crucial moment for commercial real estate buyers. Commercial properties like residential real estate, require a thorough examination and judgment to ensure that the purchase is at a fair price. In the course of due diligence, buyers arrange for structural, environmental, building and mechanical inspections. They also check property tax records, confirm the zoning restrictions and look for legacy liabilities left behind by previous owners.

The contract usually specifies an outline of timeframe and deadline for the completion of due diligence. Due diligence documents are usually delivered within seven or fourteen business days after the contract’s acceptance date. The deadlines provide both the buyer and seller the chance to resolve any issues that might arise during the due diligence process.

Another important deadline is the association’s documents expiration date – the date by which buyers can end the contract if they discover information in the HOA documentation that makes the project financially unsuitable for them to pursue. It usually happens 10-14 business days after the MEC. The contract also sets an objection resolution deadline – the date at which the seller and buyer must find a solution to any issues that the seller has not satisfactorily addressed. The contract automatically ends in the event that no solution is found by the deadline. Buyers must always request an “Notice to End” and an earnest money release from their real estate broker should they feel that the information uncovered during due diligence is so inconvenient that there is no way to reach a resolution with the seller.

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