Commercial property search - Need help finding a new commercial property?

Commercial property search Cambridge and East Anglia

Property costs are one of the most expensive running costs an organisation will have. It is therefore important to keep these costs to a minimum and employing a local commercial property agent and Chartered Surveyor to carry out an extensive search of available and "off market" commercial properties, together with the market knowledge, contacts and negotiating skills, is vital to ensure you are getting the best deal. This will also save you time and allowing you to concentrate on your business. If you are looking for an office, industrial unit , land or shop and want assistance finding the right commercial property, please call.

The Process

- Initial meeting to discuss requirements - including factors such as location, accessibility, size, lease terms, storage, local amenities for staff, nearby occupiers and anticipated time scales for your move
- Extensive search of available properties in your preferred search area
- Written report summarising potentially suitable properties with copies of all property particulars followed by a further meeting / discussion to compile a shortlist of properties to view
- Arrange accompanied viewings on a suitable date(s) with further viewings if required on preferred properties
- Agree preferred property(s) and negotiate best available terms with agent or Landlord
- Carry out measurement exercise according to the latest Code of Measuring Practice
- Instruct solicitors and liaise with them and you to ensure the legal work is completed within your time scale.

We can also put you in touch with suitable solicitors, fit out companies, building surveyors, utilities companies etc to assist with your move if required.

Our fees vary from either a fixed fee based on the purchase price or rent agreed, hourly rate, or incentivised fee basis.

Let us do the work for you allowing you to focus on your business - how well do you know the commercial property market anyway!?