Starting Jan 2011 New Disclosures Required to Buyers, Lenders and Tenants of CA Commercial Properties' Energy Efficiency

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Effective January 1, 2011, any owner selling, leasing or financing an entire non-residential building measuring 50,000 square feet or larger or any single owner occupied commercial building will have to disclose the building's “U.S. EPA's Portfolio Manager's Statement of Energy Performance” using a “California Energy Performance Disclosure Report.” Unlike many disclosures which are required at closing/signing, this report will have to be provided to a prospective buyer, tenant or lender at or before the time of initially “presenting” a contract of sale/lease and loan application.

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