You want to build a new house or office building, but you’re not sure if the area you’ve chosen is right. Before you make any investments, it’s important to inspect the property and make sure that it’s suitable for construction. If you’re unsure about how to do this, here are some tips:

Look at the neighborhood

A lot of people overlook this step and then end up with an ugly building in a bad neighborhood. When you look around, take note of what other buildings are nearby and how they appear. You want to make sure that your building will fit in with its surroundings — if it doesn’t look like it belongs there, then it might not sell as well as expected. The same goes for smaller details like signage and landscaping — if your building looks like it belongs there, then buyers will feel more comfortable about purchasing a home from you.

Check out the utilities

When looking at any property for sale, utilities should always be checked out first. This includes water, electricity and sewage lines — all of which need to be running properly before starting construction on any building project. Make sure there aren’t any breaks in these lines either (such as loose connections), as this could lead