In a market where stock is limited and lenders are resistant to taking write downs on their debt, it’s a challenge for investors to identify suitable commercial property investment opportunities.
To meet return on investment targets, investors need early access to non-traditional sources of commercial property investment – for example non-performing loan sales and collapsed Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) structures.
If you’re looking to acquire development or investment property, our expert, discrete, strategic advice can help. We provide asset selection strategies and access to distressed stock so you can deploy capital in a timely manner to meet stakeholder demands.
Securing the right commercial property investments for the right price
We draw on expertise from across our business to make sure you get the right assets for the right price – delivering maximum return with minimised risk.
Our services cover everything from due diligence on your property investment to letting advice, property development support and asset management strategies.
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Providing informed, intelligent property advice
In every market across the UK, we monitor lease breaks, which commercial property is currently vacant and which occupiers are looking to move and where.
This makes our advice better informed and accurate than any of our competitors and the solutions we recommend more reliable, yielding better results for you.
Our insight comes from tracking over 150,000 tenancies and lease events, and more than 30,000 commercial properties over 100 commercial locations. The information is 100% accurate and we’ll use it to help create an integrated investment strategy for your portfolio.
To support your acquisition, we’ll also draw on our UK Investment Transactions (UKIT) database. This gives us visibility of every buyer and seller in the UK commercial property market, providing us with real time data on which investors are active in the market at any given time.
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