ENVIRONMENTAL DUE DILIGENCE SEARCH TOOLS
When considering a real estate purchase, you need to know what lies beneath.
As a part of the acquisition process, most potential buyers, developers, and lenders require a Phase I ESA (Environmental Site Assessment) to determine if the property is free of contamination and suitable for development plans.
In a competitive market, information and time are crucial.
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