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  • 1st Impressions - Property

  • Facility

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Outside Survey (Building and Grounds)


  • In good condition and visible to the general public?


  • Grass cut and in good condition?

  • Trees and flowers present and in good condition?

  • Flower beds mulched and free of weeds?

  • Trash or Debris not evident?


  • Appearance/deterioration of structure (algae, brick pointing, peeling pain, trim, etc)

  • Window screens present and in good condition?

  • Windows in good condition?

  • Uniformity to window shades, blinds and/or other treatment?

  • Overhangs in good condition (appearance and structure)?

  • Handicap parking available and indicated as such?

  • Visitor parking available and enough slots designated?

  • Side walks are free of cracks and/or hazards?

  • Gutters and down spouts in good condition?

  • Parking Lights present and working (or system in place to check condition)?

  • Parking surface in good condition?

  • Parking lines visible and in good condition?

  • Curb painting visible and in good condition?


  • Operation of doors is easy to open?

  • Professional signage posted (no papers taped to glass)?

  • Building is inviting?

  • Glass is in good condition and clean?

  • Outside benches or furniture in good condition and clean?

  • Walk-off mats clean and in good condition?

  • Walkways clean and in good condition?

  • Lobby is odor free?

  • Lobby welcome sign is clean, in good condition and accurate?

  • Centers "Who's Who" sign is accurate, helpful and in good condition?


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