We have provided commercial property advice to all different kinds of businesses over the years. Whether you are a sole trader looking for your first shop or office lease, or an experienced director looking to secure a lease on a new warehouse or factory, we can advise you on the best options for your situation. We can provide advice on the renewal and surrender of business leases and can carry out most other landlord or tenant work that you are likely to need.
Our commercial advice also covers buy-to-let mortgages, land acquisition, residential development, overage agreements and partnerships. And we can cover all of the necessary questions or requirements you may have when it comes to commercial contacts.
Buying or selling a house, flat or bungalow consistently ranks as one of the most stressful transactions we have to make during our lifetime. We know that solicitors are often blamed when a property transaction drags on, which is why we do our utmost to ensure your purchase or sale goes through with as little fuss or hassle as possible. We will prepare your transaction documents quickly and efficiently, and will always be on hand to answer any queries from you or anybody else involved in the property transaction.
Our property advice complements the services we offer in many other areas, from wills, trusts and Inheritance Tax planning through to probate and equity release. We will always provide the most cost-effective advice for your circumstances, but if we think you would benefit from another of our services alongside our property advice, we will always suggest this to you.
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If you would like to talk to us about the service you require, please contact our office on the number below.Call us: 01702 582030
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