Trileaf is an industry leader in performing Property Condition Assessments (PCAs) and Property Condition Reports (PCRs) for lenders, investors, developers, and banks.
We are able to complete the majority of our services in 10 to 15 business days, and PCAs/PCRs are no exception – Trileaf will ensure you have ample time to reach an education decision regarding your asset.
The PCA/PCR report you receive will identify any necessary immediate repairs, as well as the long-term capital expenses likely to be incurred throughout building maintenance.
“The Trileaf team consistently provides Gold Standard service and products! They are very professional and efficient. The team provides expert attention and detail to their projects and are easy to contact to address any questions or concerns. They are one of our preferred environmental firms.”
“They have consistently shown professional, prompt and friendly customer service along with delivering accurate reports on time and typically below competitor pricing. The online service is user-friendly and convenient to use.”
“I have always trusted Howard and the folks at Trileaf to give us detailed reports that protect the bank as well as our clients. They are timely and are very easy to work with. Communication and deadlines always exceed our expectations!”
Our PCAs follow ASTM E2018, which is an industry standard that facilitates a developed scope of work perfectly tailored to your needs as our client.
Under the EPA’s All Appropriate Inquiries rule, a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I ESA) is the gold standard. Per the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), purchasing or even leasing real estate may subject a buyer/lessor to environmental liability at a site.
Our RiskCheck Plus streamlines the compliance process. If your project requires an environmental Records Search with Risk Assessment (RSRA) to fulfill SOP requirements for the Small Business Association (SBA), our RiskCheck Plus is the optimal choice.
Whether your company is purchasing a small collection of real estate assets or a large portfolio of telecommunications facilities, a comprehensive environmental review of the purchase is one of the most important aspects of the Due Diligence process.