Hospitality Real Estate Inspection
Looking to buy, sell, or maintain a hotel, motel, resort, or maybe a convention center?
Here at LiteHouse Commercial, we're all about helping you make the best moves in the hospitality real estate game–and our inspection service is just what you need.
What We Offer
As your expert commercial inspector, we know that hospitality real estate is a 24/7, 365-day-a-year business. That's why we offer thorough inspections of every nook and cranny of your property, including:
Guest Rooms and Suites
Banquet Facilities and Exhibition Halls
Public Lobbies and Communal Spaces
In-room Kitchenettes and Shared Office Spaces
Pools, Spas, and Workout Facilities
Laundry Rooms and Public Restrooms
Vending Areas and Commercial Kitchens
Loading Docks, Parking lots, and Garages
Landscaped grounds and Outdoor recreational Areas
Whether you need an inspection of the entire grounds or just a specific system (like HVAC, plumbing, or roofing), we've got you covered.
Why You Need It: Protect Your Investment and Keep Guests Happy
The high-traffic usage and wear and tear that hospitality real estate undergoes make those regular inspections a MUST for financial and safety reasons.
Avoid costly surprises: Our inspection helps you identify those potential issues before they become major headaches, saving you money in the long run.
Maximize profitability: When parts of your facility are vacant or out of commission, they become a financial liability. We help you prevent those scenarios, ensuring your property performs optimally and profitably.
Ensure guest satisfaction: A well-maintained property keeps your guests happy and coming back for more.
Customized scope of work: We understand the complexity of hospitality real estate, so we tailor our inspection to provide you with the most up-to-date information and top-notch service.
How To Prepare
Visit the Property
Go at different times of the day before the walk-through survey. This will give you a better feel of how the property operates and help you discover potential flaws and items of interest to mention to the inspector.
Obtain documents and records from the current owner, manager, or tenant. These may include lease agreements, Certificates of Occupancy, building and fire code violations, service contracts, repair invoices, and maintenance records.
Special Points of Interest
Discuss with us any special points of interest and details relevant to your lease or purchase transaction situation. With our custom-tailored commercial inspections, you will be armed with information to help you negotiate the most advantageous terms.
Outline Your Objectives
Review the International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties, and note any work you want to be completed or excluded that deviates from the ComSOP. Inform us of; the timeframe and deadlines, planned renovations, and intended building use.
Interviews and Questionnaires
On the day of the walk-through survey, request that one party amongst the building's owner, manager, or tenant is present briefly. We provide additional options if your building's tenant is unavailable during our visit, including sending them our pre-inspection questionnaire via either phone call/email.