Our Commercial Property team provides practical, easy to understand advice on commercial property transactions to help you achieve the outcome you are looking for.
If you are looking to buy a commercial property or sell your commercial property we can guide you through the process from start to finish whether this is a straight forward purchase or sale or involves complex or high value property, development sites or large scale business premises. We believe we have the right approach to ensure that your transaction is as straight forward as possible whilst making sure your interests are protected, working closely with other parties involved including accountants, funders, agents, surveyors and financial advisors so that you can achieve your aim in an efficient and timely manner.
If you are looking for answers in relation to any commercial property queries Waldrons can help you, whatever the reason for your move. We have the expertise and experience to assist you with the property side of the business growth or downsizing and we act for a wide range of commercial clients from private individuals acting as sole traders, partnerships, SME’s and large national and international companies. We work across all sectors and have particular expertise in Property Development, Post Offices, Public Houses, Restaurants and Food and Beverage Retail, Churches, Religious Organisations, Sports and Social Clubs, Charitable Incorporated Organisations or Unregistered Charities, Day Nurseries, Care Providers, Logistics and others.
We have the answers to your questions.
What is the difference between residential and commercial property?
Whether the property you are buying is commercial or residential will have an impact on the conveyancing process, the amount of Stamp Duty Land Tax you may be liable to pay and is normally dealt with by different departments within the firm.
Residential property is normally identified as being a house or flat that is being purchased to use as your main dwelling. Alternatively, a residential property can be purchased as an investment in order to rent out to tenants to live in the property.
Commercial property is more complex and can range from vacant land to office, retail or industrial units. They are normally purchased for business use or for investment purposes to be rented out to commercial tenants who often enter into long Leases of the Property.
What is commercial Property?
- Retail: Shops, units and shopping centres
- Industrial: Factories, warehouse
- Leisure: Gym, restaurants, pubs and hotels
- Agricultural: Farms, barns and bare land
- And much more
If you are thinking about purchasing/selling any of the above premises we can help guide you through the process from start to finish. Our advice is tailored to your exact needs.
Click on any of the links below for more information.Buying or Selling Commercial Property
Charity Land Transactions