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Jacqueline Morris


Commercial Property

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Lauren Astbury


Commercial Property

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Buying a property as an investor or developer, or do you need more space to expand your business?

Whatever your business objectives, buying a commercial property needs careful managing and legal advice. Key to a successful return is negotiating the best price and terms of the agreement. Whether it is a retail unit, warehouse, agricultural land or factory, there may be leases to negotiate, fixtures and fittings to account for, rights of access and environmental issues to consider.

Once you have chosen your property, you will need guidance on getting the correct surveys, having it valued and arranging your financing. There may be planning issues like change of use or environmental laws that you will need to comply with.

With so many freehold and leasehold issues to consider before making your offer, you need a legal team you can rely on, who will give you honest, timely and constructive advice.

Our commercial property team has extensive experience in representing all types of business looking to acquire property, whether this is through tender, auction or an insolvency sale.

We take all the stress away by dealing with all the due diligence, searches and enquiries, planning consents and any necessary property licences on your behalf.

By working closely with accountants, surveyors and commercial property agents we ensure your acquisition is completed as smoothly as possible, leaving you ready to get back to your business.

Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, our commercial property lawyers have a reputation for providing accurate advice to commercial landowners, landlords and tenants throughout Staffordshire and South Cheshire. Contact our commercial property team on 01782 525000 or email us at info@myerssolicitors.co.uk.

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