Information that will assist you in achieving best possible price for your commercial property. There are many factors to be considered when selling commercial property. Whether you are selling office, industrial or retail property the checklist will guide you through the many important factors that need to be assessed before, during and after you place your property on the market.
An example of the information that is brought to your attention is the following;
Are there any other people, company or entity that may have an interest in the improvements and / or chattels on the property? i.e. plant and equipment or resources leased or under finance contracts and may not be included in the sale. Provide instructions to solicitor to prepare disclosure statements and contract of sale documentation. Based on recent and comparable sales data establish price range; your lowest selling point should remain confidential.
Quality information can save commercial property sellers much time money and stress. Examining all aspects of your commercial property sale should be considered essential before placing your property on the market.