Commercial property sales are usually marketed using:
This is crucial, as it is likely that your marketing budget will be proportionate to how much you hope to make from the sale. To a certain extent, the sale value will be influenced by whether your property will appeal to a local, regional or national market. The wider the appeal, the higher the sale value – in theory.
For example, a large office complex with specifications and facilities that would suit the needs of a national blue chip organisation might attract interest throughout the UK, whereas a small local shop may have a much narrower local appeal.
Selling a commercial property requires planning, excellent execution of the right marketing techniques and a strong understanding of the market from which interest is anticipated, as well as the property itself. By choosing a company with a strong commercial portfolio, you have a much better chance of receiving the marketing support you need to secure the best sale.
At Kempton Carr Croft, we have an experienced commercial agency team that works with landlords and property managers to put together marketing strategies to sell, lease and acquire commercial buildings, sites and investments across the Thames Valley
As surveyors, we are aware of any local planning constraints that might affect buyers representing specific business types and can advise you on how to market your property accordingly.