Whether you’re buying, selling or investing in property, we’re at your side every step of the way.
We know that each transaction is different. With different goals, worries and questions. So we don’t just put you through some standardised process. Our team of property specialists work hard to find the approach that’s right for you.
We use our years of local experience to anticipate problems. We keep you in the loop with regular and easy-to-understand updates. And all the while, we’re working towards your final goal – quickly and efficiently.
Our commercial property solicitors are experts in all matters concerning commercial premises including;
We support our clients by getting involved in granting to a tenant or taking from a landlord a lease of commercial premises and provide assistance in complex procedures concerning renewal, rent reviews, dilapidations, surrendering and terminating a lease and the obligations normally taken on by a tenant of business premises.
Our Commercial Property Conveyancing team can aid with the sale and purchase of business premises including offices, shops, public houses, care homes, factories and other commercial properties.
Our commercial team act for a number of builders and developers both large and small, local and further afield, offering them specialist advice in respect of all aspects of their acquisition, development and sale of land projects.
Whatever the nature of the commercial property you require, offices, shops or storage and distribution etc. often the granting of a lease may be required.
Most commercial leases contain provisions for the regular review of the rent to ensure that the tenant is paying the reasonable current market rental for a property of that nature.
As with residential properties, commercial premises can also be refinanced through a commercial mortgage, which is a great option for individuals looking to purchase land, property or purchase other existing businesses.
Property investment can take many forms, from pooled funds to buying a house to live in, or to rent out. It is now one of the four most common types of investment made in the UK.
Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, it is important that you know your legal obligations and with the law regarding rights and obligations of landlords and tenants continuously changing, it can be challenging.
If a business finds that it needs to downsize during the term of a lease on their premises, then it may be possible to assign the lease or sub-let the property to another party. The terms of the lease will need careful checking to make sure that it does not contain restrictions preventing these actions.
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