Commercial Zoning Reports

Bock & Clark offers national commercial zoning services through our Zoning division. Our experienced staff can prepare reports for all 50 states as well as parts of Canada. We have the capacity to handle single-site projects and projects of several hundred sites at any given time.

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Whether you need a Standard Zoning Report or a custom report, we supply a high-quality product based on your specifications. Simply provide us the property address(es) and we will prepare a competitive proposal. Our reports are accepted by all major lenders and title companies.

Bock & Clark Zoning will:

  • Research, prepare and review full zoning reports or any component therein
  • Interpret analytic wording found in city and/or county zoning code requirements
  • State conformance as provided by municipality and/or note nonconforming issues disclosed through survey review/comparison.

Bock & Clark Zoning understands that no transaction is the same. For this reason, we offer several zoning report options:

We look forward to working with you. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information. Contact Julie Whitman, Zoning Manager, at 1-800-787-8390 ext. 103, or complete our online quote request form to receive a free quote.

What is Zoning? 

Zoning consists of written regulations and laws defined by cities, counties, villages, townships, etc., for the use of land in specific geographic areas. Zoning ordinances (categories) specify whether a property can be used for residential, commercial, industrial, civic, agricultural or other designations, and plays an important role in the development of a particular district. Each category has specific regulations for what uses are permitted, based upon conditions such as lot area, setbacks, structure heights, parking spaces, etc. In commercial real estate, users of zoning reports need to know that a property is properly zoned, that its current use is acceptable and that is it not in violation of any zoning or building codes.

Who needs a zoning report? 

Zoning reports have become integral pieces of the puzzle when conducting commercial real estate transactions. They are used by attorneys, title insurers, property owners, brokers, buyers and lenders to complete the due diligence process, determine compliance, secure title endorsements and ascertain insurance needs.