Sell My Cinema - I Need Buyers So Who is in the Market Now?
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The market for those who are thinking, shall I sell my cinema, may be slow at the moment, but is there any hope of a turnaround? Of course, the commercial property market has been pretty volatile over the last few years, with the property bubble of the mid-noughties burst in spectacular fashion by the credit crunch. But things have improved over the few months, in the wider economy at least. Maybe that holds out some hope for those looking to sell my cinema.
Of course not everyone looking to the market to sell my cinema is coming voluntarily; the banks are becoming quite heavy in their interpretation of loan agreements, with some insisting on debt repayment now, to avoid negative equity. Other businesses are being forced to look to sell because of deteriorating market conditions.
Unfortunately, hopes of a prolonged strong recovery are looking premature. Government spending cuts are hitting large swathes of people, dependent on the public sector purse, and tax rises are imminent, so your customers are likely to be faced with further belt tightening this year. And there is the looming worry of a 'double dip' recession, all more than enough to make discretionary spending, such as cinema tickets, go out the window; and possibly your hope of a quick move to sell my cinema.
That poor economic outlook is also affecting the commercial property market. So if you are decided to sell my cinema, you may find buyers scarce and increasingly scarcer, in the market place for businesses such as yours. This makes the traditional outlet for commercial sales, the commercial estate agent look even less attractive than usual.
One thing that estate agents are not famous for is moving quickly. And in a market possibly about to hit the skids again, speed of sale is of the essence. It can take considerable time to arrange valuations, conduct viewings, and negotiate a sale with estate agents. With buyers sitting on their hands, you may indeed baulk at having to pay a fee from your sale of up to 2% of its value.
Auction houses are another way to get property off your hands, and they can be quick - but they really should be your last option. Auction houses are quick because property values are severely knocked down. Do you really want to sell my cinema and get back only a portion of its true value?
Are there any other options for a hard pressed seller- yes there is. Sell direct to SellMyCommercialProperty.
SellMyCommercialProperty are looking to buy businesses, like yours, country wide. We have considerable monies earmarked for property- and so can buy directly from you, fast. Our valuation team are highly experienced, and able to make an initial assessment of your need to sell my cinema within 48 hours.
From there, we can fast track the sales agreement, and give you cash, for a fair sale price. And don't forget, we don't charge fees. So call SellMyCommercialProperty today, and let us answer your question of "who will sell my cinema?" with a positive response we can, and we will help you realise the funds from the sale faster than you thought was possible.
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