London commercial estate agents aid in letting out commercial property to growing business across the Capital. Below is a step-by-step guide for potential landlords in London who are interested in calculating the rental value of their commercial property and what they should do before letting it out to a business.
When assessing the sale and rental value of your property, it is advisable to use reputable commercial estate agents London based that are familiar with the market. You need to consider the size and overall condition of your property, and any special features that it has. This will include aspects such as its location and transport links. You will also need to look at current property market trends and demand/ supply in similar properties. Before letting your property to a business, you should also consider the following things. Do you have a mortgage on the property you are (potentially) letting? If so, you will need permission from the mortgage lender to do so. Are there restrictions on the lease? If it is a leasehold property, there may be restrictions on letting it out. When leasing a commercial property, you need to attain safety certification to stay within the law. This should be passed on to the new tenant. You should inform your buildings and contents insurance provider you are letting the property, and to whom. Finally, before leasing the property, you should fully clean the commercial property before any new tenants move in. Professional estate agents London wide can provide you with an accurate letting value for your property and successful market it.
Talk to Next Property, successful London commercial estate agents today about how we can help you lease your commercial space. We help owners become landlords to business across the Capital. For more information on leasing your property with us, visit our website at http://www.nextproperty.co.uk/ or call today on +44 (0)207 118 0000.