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Real-estate inspections and
other assistance regarding property asset management
Inspection procedure

The buildings are inspected by a group of experts that prepare reports on their respective areas: architecture, appraisal, installations, structural engineering, safety, land registry and legal matters. Usually, up to three visits are needed for a comprehensive inspection.

The inspections result in accurate and faithful reports on the condition of the property. Each chapter is authorised by the relevant expert that has inspected the property. The signature guarantees that the information is accurate and that the inspection was carried out in accordance with relevant professional standards and guidelines and makes the document reliable to the client.
DueDiligence Slovenia

Rimska cesta 20,
SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

+386 / 1 620 85 78
+386 / 41 827 114


DueDiligence Slovenia
is a brand of the company
Studio Krištof arhitekti d.o.o.


Inspections assessing the location and the curtilage of a building:
  • Inspection of the position of the building, access and other major attributes of the location
  • Inspection of transport and other functional arrangement on the site
  • Greenery and other outdoor elements on the property
  • Inspection of neighbouring sites and other parameters of micro-location
Inspection assessing the physical condition of the building:
  • Inspection of the entire building and all its parts: façade, roofing, basement/cellar, construction, building openings, building physics, drainage of rainwater
  • Inspection of the whole interior, including service and technical areas. If there are many examples of the same area, a sufficient number of typical areas are inspected.
  • Inspection of all equipment: mechanical and electrical installations, lifts, escalators, etc.
  • Special inspection of fire safety systems

Inspection of documents:
  • Inspection of documentation of ownership and the land registry
  • Inspection of building, operating, and other permits
  • Review of the full project documentation in the building and in the archives of the owners, particularly the statutory PID and POV.
  • Review of journals of statutory inspection of fire safety and other systems essential for the operation.
  • Inspection of contracts and other agreements with property and equipment maintenance companies or personnel
Other methods of acquiring information:
  • Discussion with manager and tenants/users.
  • Acquiring missing information directly from the client.
The owner of the building must provide full access to the building and documentation to the inspectors/appraisers. When full access is not possible or desired, this is stated in the report.
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