Impartial TEDD processes in property transactions

We offer technical and environmental Due Diligence services to Finnish and international operators, covering both individual properties and extensive real estate portfolios. Thanks to our national network of experts and international partners, our DD reports are cost-efficient, flexible and timely.

TEDD reports for sellers and buyers on all kinds of properties

We analyse the technical and environmental risks of a property transaction impartially, either at the seller’s or the buyer’s request. Each Technical (TDD) and Environmental (EDD) Due Diligence service is planned according to the customer’s needs. In addition to office, commercial and residential properties, our expertise in technical building services covers, for example, healthcare facilities.

Impartial information to aid property transactions

Our aim is to produce a realistic and impartial overview of the property’s features and to support the customer throughout the property transaction process. We produce information on the effects of technical and environmental matters on the property value and highlight risks related to, for example, the property’s condition and long-term repair needs and harmful substances. Where necessary, we can also focus on, for example, the flexibility of the facilities, the level of maintenance, building permits and tenant liabilities.

Well-founded views of user satisfaction

In addition to information, we support property transactions with well-founded views, conclusions and action proposals that support decision-making. During the process, we suggest actions to be taken before or immediately after the transaction. Special features of our DD processes are attention to the end user and the assessment of user satisfaction. Elements that affect the well-being of end users include indoor conditions and the safety of the building.

Granlund’s TEDD services:

  • Energy efficiency and energy certificate
  • Fit out and tenant changes
  • Land use plan, building permit and easement matters
  • Conversion potential
  • Repair needs and costs assessment
  • Condition assessments
  • User well-being
  • Area measurements
  • Long-term repair costs assessments
  • Risks and responsibilities of construction projects
  • Technical condition
  • Inspections by authorities and maintenance
  • Evaluation of the maintenance quality
  • Maintenance responsibilities and costs
  • Mapping out environmental risks
  • Environmental certificates.

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