Commercial for Sale - Avoid Agent Fees and Sell Direct to Buyers
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Is your commercial for sale? Or are you thinking of your options for selling your commercial property? If so, then your primary concern will be finding a buyer at the right price, and in the right time frame. This is not an easy task in today's market for commercial property, which seems to be on the cusp of resumption downwards, after a year's retrenching from the credit crunch inspired crash. So turning to a commercial agent may seem the sensible move, for those with commercial properties for sale.
What does a commercial agent offer for those with commercial for sale? Well, they can act as a bridge between sellers and buyers in the commercial property market. If their footprint is sufficiently large locally, or, even better, they have excellent contacts locally, they can pull in potential purchasers for your commercial properties sale.
Commercial agents will also qualify interested parties, arrange viewings and take a central mediating role in the price negotiations, when a prospective purchaser has indicated a commitment to buy the property in question. But there is a price to all these services - commercial estate agents will typically charge 1-2% of the value of the sale as a fee.
Also, commercial agents are acting as middle men when handling commercial for sale, so their interest is firmly focussed on their chances of earning fees. This can mean that they could be selective in assessing which properties to put onto their books. If the location or type of commercial for sale doesn't fit what they see as ideal saleable property, they could decide to sideline the promotion of your property.
Another potential issue with using commercial estate agents is that the whole process of promoting your sale, finding potential buyers, and negotiating a price can be very long winded. It's even possible that commercial agents may act against your best interests, in the hope of closing a sale, which could result in a lower price for your commercial property sale.
What other options are there to selling via an agent? Until quite recently your options were somewhat limited, but now a there is a company offering a new proposition for resolving your commercial property sale - SellMyCommercialProperty.
SellMyCommercialProperty are an investment company, who can buy your property direct, without involving agents, or charging fees. That is because we have deep lines of finance available to us, from committed investors looking to participate in the commercial property market. Because these funds are so readily accessible, we can move quickly, moving from assessment to valuation, and onto a sales agreement surprisingly fast. Additionally you do not have to undertake viewings, which can be both inconvenient and disruptive.
Finally, you won't suffer a mark down the value of your commercial for sale that is a usual consequence putting it up for sale on the open commercial market with an agent. SellMyCommercialProperty will pay you a good market price, after a careful assessment by our professional valuation team. Let SellMyCommercialProperty take the hassle, and cost, out of your commercial property sale - get in touch with us, and let us show you how we are best placed for you to close you commercial sale.
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