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What's the average rents for a market town commercial property?

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Do I pay a business rent + rent for the property, where do I go for this advice need help please seen one for £415 but it's for the village outside my town, was hoping to be within walking distance…
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banned7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
Do I pay a business rent + rent for the property, where do I go for this advice need help please

seen one for £415 but it's for the village outside my town, was hoping to be within walking distance to my customers
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banned7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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depends what part of the country you are, how near the station is, what the property is like. etc
#2
weekly/monthly?

check commercial property rentals in the area you are looking at
banned#3
casparwhite
weekly/monthly?


monthly
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lumoruk
monthly




depends on the area you are in and the amount of foot traffic, affluence etc etc


check commerical rentals in your area and go have a walk around where you want to be ....some propertys can be found empty without being up for lease
banned#5
you will pay business rates + rent. As a very rough guide you can usually just about say the rates will be the same as the rent (thats a very rough way of working it though - the council will help you more).

There may also be incentives inplace for free rates for 6 months, or something similar depending on the area.

Are you asking if the rent is fair or what other costs there will be as the posters above seem to be answering if the rent is too high whereas I thought the latter.

If you want to know if the rent is ok you need to give a lot more info, like the size of the place, where it is, office/retail (with what type of consent/factory etc.
banned#6
colinsunderland
you will pay business rates + rent. As a very rough guide you can usually just about say the rates will be the same as the rent (thats a very rough way of working it though - the council will help you more).

There may also be incentives inplace for free rates for 6 months, or something similar depending on the area.

Are you asking if the rent is fair or what other costs there will be as the posters above seem to be answering if the rent is too high whereas I thought the latter.


Its a very nice ground floor office with designated parking and broadband, I think the price is fair but want something in town that I can improve rather than move straight into.

Was mainly asking what can I expect to pay if I was to rent a commercial property and where might I find this information
banned#7
lumoruk;6108875
Its a very nice ground floor office with designated parking and broadband, I think the price is fair but want something in town that I can improve rather than move straight into.

Was mainly asking what can I expect to pay if I was to rent a commercial property and where might I find this information

third time lucky perhaps ;-)

Location? :thinking:
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Sheep87;6108758
depends what part of the country you are, how near the station is, what the property is like. etc


casparwhite;6108830
depends on the area you are in and the amount of foot traffic, affluence etc etc


third time lucky perhaps ;-)

Location? :thinking:

Handy site :- http://www.upmystreet.com/
banned#9
thanks csiman been to that site before it's come up with some good spots but looks like the going rate is £833, so what do I need to add on top of that if I want to move in tomorrow?

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