Commercial property represents an exciting investment prospect, and generating income from it is a highly attractive drawcard for potential investors. Becoming a successful commercial landlord requires a lot of effort; so finding the right advice is essential in order to make your business as efficient and profitable as possible. Whether it’s assistance in gaining better understanding of complex rental laws or the often-difficult task of finding the right tenants, Foys commercial property solicitors have compiled this essential guide to becoming a successful commercial landlord.

This comprehensive guide covers:

  • Why you should become a commercial landlord
  • Whether owning commercial property will suit you and your area
  • Costs of being a commercial landlord
  • Responsibilities of a landlord
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Setting rent and fees
  • Support for landlords
  • Finding the right tenant
  • Legal cover and insurance
  • Taxes that commercial landlords are liable for
  • Terminating a commercial lease

Foys Solicitors, the commercial property experts, offers bespoke, specialised advice catering to your specific commercial property needs. We understand the need for landlords to make the most out of their investments and assist on matters according to yours and your business’s best interests.

Contact Foys Solicitors commercial property solicitors today

For a free initial consultation, or to learn more about the legal specifics of operating commercial property, call us on 01302 327 136 or use our Online Enquiry form.

This post is not legal advice and should not replace professional advice tailored to your specific circumstances. It is intended to provide information of general interest about current legal issues.

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