Urban due diligence represents a helpful tool for the most varied of requirements. In the case, for example, of the real estate sector the purchaser is most certainly interested in consulting an expert capable of performing all the necessary assessments to ensure that the property being acquired conforms to current legislative standards and building codes, thus avoiding the value of the property being compromised.
At the same time, it is within the interest of the proprietor to guarantee the status of the property, thus avoiding inaccurate declarations upon its deed.
Due diligence can also be of assistance prior to an acquisition. In fact it is useful in ascertaining the feasibility of a construction project and therefore assisting in transactions.