Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Answer the questions before they are asked...

Reverse Due Diligence

Reverse due diligence identifies key site features and facts typically associated with a due diligence study. Turning techniques associated with acquisition into facts to assist with the disposition of your site is what we like to call "reverse due diligence". By reversing the process, facts support market efforts. This is particularly helpful for Authorities pursuing industrial clients or Trusts and Foundations disposing of land assets not needed for near-term goals or missions.
In a down market buyers are limited and resources are low. Buyers want answers not more questions. Our reverse due diligence process identifies key areas of study helping buyers and their banks understand your property and it's potential or it's limitations.

Reverse Due Diligence answers questions before the questions are asked.

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