An Estate Agent will give a price they anticipate a buyer would pay for your property given current market conditions. This is not an exact science and therefore established local agents who know the market – are worth their weight in gold.
Things to consider when you are looking for your first commercial property.
Things to consider when letting your commercial property, if this is not for you then our property management department would be delighted to help.
What to consider when looking for a commercial property investment. Location - Do you want to be able to keep an eye on the building or will you appoint a Managing Agent?
Your retained agent will have good local knowledge and understanding of the marketplace and can therefore point out the benefits as well as pitfalls of a particular area and property
There are a few important things that a business owner will need to consider prior to instructing an agent to sell their business.
Dilapidations are designed to show both Landlord & Tenant what work is required to put a building back into a reasonable condition. Goadsby offer advice to either of the parties involved, both landlord and tenant.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors consider it prudent to re-assess the sum insured of a commercial building every three years or whenever significant alterations and/or extensions are made to the building
Careful consideration is required when calculating the size of offices that you require, as it is important to avoid expensive relocations. Too much space and you could have unnecessary overheads and too little, could
The 1st April 2017 rating list assessments are based upon assumed “open market” rental valuations at 1st April 2015.
It will be illegal to let or renew the lease of a property that does not meet energy efficiency minimum standards from 1 April 2018. It is estimated that 20% of UK commercial property will be impacted
Landlords of both residential and commercial investment property should be aware that with effect from April 2018 if their investment property has an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of F or G, it will be unlawful to let the property.