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Samples of Available Environmental Reports

Certified Lender's Risk Report - or - Basic Records Check Report
as compiled by - Halo Realty & Investments Corporation

Description of Environmental Reports:

This report contains information similar to our standard Basic report indicated herein, however it is tailored for financial institutions. Interpretation of a Certified Environmental Lender's Risk Report is by a registered professional to determine which nearby sites may pose a risk to the subject site. This report will make a recommendation for how much risk there is for a particular site, and will also make a recommendation for further work, if needed.

The report includes radon, soils, flood zone, and other useful information, as well as fire insurance map coverage; and includes a California Aerial and Topo search if property is located in CA.




A computer-generated federal, state, and regional one-mile regulatory database search to determine whether the subject site is listed on an agency environmental database and to identify regulatory-listed sites of concern within a one-mile radius of the subject site. In general, these documents list known or suspected hazardous-waste generators, release sites, landfills, unauthorized disposal sites, sites with registered underground storage tanks, and sites currently under investigation for known or suspected environmental violations or releases. The list of agencies varies from state to state and region to region, but the list always meets or exceeds the ASTM requirements.

The report includes radon, soils, flood zone, and other useful information, as well as fire insurance map coverage; and includes a California Aerial and Topo search if property is located in CA.

New EPA Due Diligence Standards Impacting
All Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Beginning 1 Nov 2006, every commercial real estate transaction will be subject to new federal regulations establishing environmental due diligence standards.

Compliance with new regulation is a requirement for insulating buyers from potential liability under the federal Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act ("CERCLA" also known as "Superfund". Click here to read the rest of the article ...


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