Commercial Property Sale-How to Get a Fair Price and a Fast Sale
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If you have a commercial property sale coming up, it is quite likely that you will be considering employing a commercial estate agent to aid the sale of your business premises. But a decision of this sort needs careful consideration, especially in light of today's difficult market conditions. It is important to ask - what exactly does a commercial estate agent offer you when you are looking to make a commercial property sale?
In essence, a commercial estate agent offers their clients a 'middle man' service for commercial property sales- which is to say they act to bring together those who have commercial property space available for sale, and those whose interest lies in buying commercial property. For the seller, agents will promote the commercial property sale on the open market, utilising hoardings, adverts in relevant magazines and local newspapers, the internet, and other direct sales literature.
Commercial estate agents can also act to screen the interested parties to those who have a serious intent, arrange viewings and handle the negotiations of a price between the parties, for the commercial property sale. A fee, typically 1-2% of the value of the sale, is levied for these services by the commercial estate agent - a quite considerable sum, when the value of the typical commercial property sale is born in mind.
In all of this, though, the commercial estate agents are acting a disinterested party. Because it is your commercial property sale that will earn them the fee, agents can be selective, to your detriment, in deciding which properties to take on. If the location or type of business, for your commercial property sale doesn't look attractive enough to them in the current market, they may well decline to take your property on.
Additionally, commercial estate agents have been known to act against their client's best interests, in order to close a sale, resulting in a reduced price for your commercial property sale. This is in addition to the inevitable mark down of having your commercial property sale on the open market. So it is worth asking - is there another approach that avoids the drawbacks of agents?
And in fact there is, now, another option - let SellMyCommercialProperty buy your commercial premises from you directly.
SellMyCommercialProperty are an investment company, with access to substantial funds, who are looking to place those funds into the commercial property market, whether into retail, office or industrial. Because our monies are readily available, we are able to move quickly with our professional team and fast track through to a sales agreement.
When compared to a commercial property sale through a commercial estate agent, there are definite advantages. There are no agency fees charged by SellMyCommercialProperty, and we can arrange initial assessments within 48 hours by our professional team. You can avoid a long process of negotiation between yourself, the estate agent, and your prospective buyer. And you can also avoid viewings by buyers, which can be quite inconvenient. With SellMyCommercialProperty you get a fair market price from experienced valuers after the first assessment. So if you're ready to make your commercial property sale happen fast, without the hassles of dealing with agents, then deal direct with SellMyCommercialProperty - contact us today.
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