Transaction Screen Assessment (TSA) and Environmental Transaction Screen Report A Transaction Screen Assessment, additionally regularly alluded to as an Environmental Transaction Screen, is basically a restricted Phase I Environmental Assessment Report, which is utilized to help with distinguishing Potential Environmental Concerns (PECs) related with properties. The term Potential Environmental Concerns implies the conceivable presence of any risky substances or oil based commodities on a property under conditions that demonstrate the chance of a current delivery, a previous delivery, or a danger of an arrival of any dangerous substances or oil based goods into structures on the property or into the ground, groundwater, or surface water of the property. The Transaction Screen Assessment is performed per the necessities of the ASTM 1528-06 Standard Practice for Limited Environmental Due-Diligence. The Transaction Screen Assessment is the most well known acknowledged restricted item performed and acknowledged by loan specialists. In any case, it ought to be noticed that a Transaction Screen Assessment doesn't convey the heaviness of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Report in that it doesn't meet the prerequisites of the EPA's All Appropriate Inquiry, and won't offer the client security from CERCLA Liability. The following are a rundown of steps performed while finishing a Transaction Screen Assessment: Research and acquire major verifiable sources comprising of any three of the accompanying (authentic airborne photos, geographical guides, Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps, City Directories, Title report, and additionally Building records) Play out a site assessment of the subject property Lead a meeting alongside finished ecological survey with proprietor, property chief, or one with affirmed authentic information regarding the matter property Complete Transaction Assessment Report to decide the presence of PECs, and if the subject property is at low or high danger Support can apply the expense of a Transaction Screen Assessment to the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment report should the client decided to update Support performs Transaction Screen Assessments all through the U.S. Commonly a customer will talk with Fulcrum to decide whether a Transaction Screen Assessment will be the best fit for a specific property type. For instance, for property types that are recorded on the NAICS list, the SBA directs that the client should start with a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Report. It is consistently a smart thought to counsel first with a believed accomplice as Fulcrum can assess the property type and decide whether going directly to a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Report is the better choice for a specific arrangement.