Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac Commercial Property Inspections
U.S. Commercial Building Inspections (USCBI) of San Diego, Ca, is an approved inspector for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac mortgages and Property Condition Assessments (PCA).
We understand the commercial mortgage specialty servicing, loan workout, and distressed property process better than any other inspection company in San Diego and the Southern California area.
The commercial real estate arena is typically reserved for the most seasoned professionals who understand the transaction process’s complexities, whether for buying, selling, or loan workout due diligence and property checks during the foreclosure process.
We specialize in securitized real estate annual inspections, repair verifications, and Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac multifamily property inspections.
That is why mortgage servicers, distressed asset property managers, transaction coordinators, and attorneys choose us to be their inspectors of choice to handle these complex inspections.
These assignments include inspecting the properties’ exteriors, interiors of the common areas, occupied units, vacant units, down units, amenities, and examining the roof and the mechanical rooms and other specific areas required for each inspection.
Let us help you with the due diligence process with property site inspections, limited property checks, detailed property summaries, market and location overview reports, photos, videos, drone inspections, and estimated repair valuations.
We have the expertise you need to competently interact with property managers, tenants, lawyers, third party consultants, brokers, sales agents, and construction consultants.
USCBI will work with you continuously to provide the knowledge and constructive feedback you need to identify improvements to specialty servicing processes where possible.
Call 619-473-2133 to speak with an Inspector
About this Process
Performing interviews with on-site staff
Assessment and photography of major building systems including ADAR
Review of as-built plans and construction drawings
Conducting public records research regarding building and fire code violations
Preparing cost estimates for building systems needing repair or replacement