At Terrells LLP, we can assist our clients in the buying, selling, and leasing of commercial property, whether as a means for investment, redevelopment or for business use.
We have first-hand knowledge of the commercial property landscape in the area, as well as extensive experience in commercial conveyancing to ensure all property-related matters are both efficient and cost-effective.
Commercial Conveyancing Solicitors
Our considerable experience in handling the buying and selling of commercial properties, includes liaising with mortgage providers and surveyors, arranging Stamp Duty payments and working with HM Land Registry.
We know that buying and selling commercial property presents unique challenges, which can often be both complex and time-consuming. We carefully assess matters to ensure we act swiftly and professionally on your behalf to ensure your commercial targets and expectations are met within realistic timescales.
Our specialist commercial conveyancing solicitors handle various types of land and property, such as:
Land for development
Industrial units, estates and premises
Mixed use properties
Why Choose Us?
At Terrells LLP, our years of experience in the property sector, means that we are able to advise on various aspects of selling, buying, leasing and developing commercial properties.
Our solicitors have a wide-ranging understanding of the factors which impact the sale, purchase and lease of commercial property. As a firm, we are Lexcel accredited and members of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme.
Commercial Property FAQs
Commercial conveyancing is the legal process of transferring ownership of a business property from one person or company to another.
It is similar to residential conveyancing, but it is more complex because commercial properties are often larger and more valuable than residential properties, and they may have a wider range of legal issues that need to be addressed.
There are several stages for both buyer and seller to complete in commercial property transactions.
We are able to support buyers and sellers through each of these steps. These include pre-contract negotiations, enquiries, title investigations, commercial property standard enquiries, and pre-contract searches.
As well as preparing purchase and sale contracts, dealing with leases (where applicable), exchanging contracts, transferring of deeds, handling mortgage deeds and arranging payment of stamp duty land tax.
The most obvious difference between both commercial and residential conveyancing is the kind of property being bought or sold and how the property will be used.
Residential conveyancing involves the purchase or sale of a home or a buy to let property, whereas commercial conveyancing involves working to aid the buying and selling of business premises.
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