Are you in the market for commercial property? Maybe you’re looking to sell your business premises? Whatever your situation, the buying and selling process can often be a complicated one, which comes with a lot of stress. Commercial agents are there to help so see here why you should use one.
The majority of businesses need commercial premises to operate from - whether small or big business - and many choose to rent at the expense of buying their own property. As a first time commercial tenant or even a veteran, a number of common problems can arise as a result so here is how to overcome them.
Andy Burnham, the Mayor of Greater Manchester has recently indicated his intention of reviewing the draft Greater Manchester Spatial Framework or GMSF. Mr Burnham sent out a call to development companies to rejuvenate and reshape Manchester’s town centres, with the purpose of offering more residential development on brownfield land and in town centres.
In part one, our comprehensive guide to buying commercial property focused on what you will have to consider about a property before buying it. In part two, the focus will be on the money factor and the steps you need to take once you have decided on the property you wish to buy.
If you are considering buying commercial property in the near future, it is important to understand the process from start to finish. In our first of a two-part guide, see how to get started here.