Consistency, Clarity and Efficiency
Napier & Blakeley Due Diligence Reports are accepted by institutional grade investors – including REITS, super funds, sovereign funds, family offices, financiers and private equity globally.
We’re the market leader in the provision of Technical Due Diligence, demonstrated by the fact we’re involved in about 75% of all significant commercial property transactions to occur in Australia.
The key here is that a Napier & Blakeley Report is acceptable to all parties to a transaction.
Independence, Value, Risk Management and Upside
A Napier & Blakeley Due Diligence Report provides value to investors and their financiers as we are truly independent from the transaction, management or valuation of an asset.
We focus only on those financial matters, short to long term, material to the investment decision. Risk Management is facilitated by the allocation of probability of events occurring against their possible cost implications. This provides for a risk weighted expenditure forecast. Continue reading
Our Transaction & Asset Advisory professionals cover the core disciplines involved in the physical analysis of cost, risk and return of property acquisition, ownership and disposal.
We align our clients’ thoughts with our own and provide user friendly, accurate, meaningful and timely advice that is oriented to the commercial imperatives that actually matter.
Those in the business of selling commercial property can achieve the best price within a short period of time through a staged approach to technical due diligence.
The old adage of ‘buyer beware’ typically means that purchasers conduct their own technical due diligence which can uncover late in the day surprises relating to condition, deferred maintenance, non compliances with statutory obligations or capital expenditure needs. These may include deal breakers or points of negotiation on price and contractual conditions.
These late in the day uncertainties can be mitigated by vendors who take a staged approach to technical due diligence and where the end result, the technical due diligence report, can be assigned to the purchaser. Continue reading