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Other Real Property Functions
Real Estate Services > Other Functions
 
  • Real Estate Services provides a variety of real property consulting and advisory functions to County departments, primarily related to the acquisition of real property for specific projects or programs. It also assists in developing strategies and packages for the sale of unique County owned properties. In providing these services the Real Estate Services Division secures necessary appraisals, coordinates with various State agencies, as needed, and conducts negotiations with property owners. If an agreement for sale or purchase of a property is achieved, the Division coordinates the closing process with the  property owner, the applicable County department, and the County's closing agent.
  • Real Estate Services provides Due Diligence on all Real Estate matters including but not limited to review of project plans, all legal descriptions, including sketches of description, ordering and review of: Appraisals, Building Inspections, Phase 1 Environmental Reports, Phase 2 Environmental reports, if necessary, rental rates for commercial office space, etc. 
  • Real Estate Services provides Consulting Services providing assistance to all County departments on real property matters. 
  • Real Estate Services provides Litigation testimony & mediation in conjunction with the County Attorney and or her designee in all contested acquisitions and eminent domain proceedings.
 
 
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