Whether you are buying commercial property as business premises, for development or as part of your investment portfolio, there are a number of important legal issues that a buyer will need to take into account. AMD’s team of highly experienced commercial property lawyers will guide you through the entire process and help you to ensure you are advised on both the legal and commercial factors influencing a purchase.
Whether you are selling or buying, we will help you to avoid potential problems and work with you to quickly resolve any issues that need to be addressed. Of equal importance, we work with third parties such as banks or mortgage brokers to ensure we can speed up the commercial property process, leaving your time to be spent on running your business.
Whatever the size or nature of your business or your property portfolio, we can help you with a variety of issues including:
Across our four offices in Bristol, our expert commercial property solicitors are on hand to help with all your business property needs. Although we are based in Bristol we also act for clients in London and nationwide.
We deal with a variety of business owners, developers and investors from those purchasing their first buy to let, to those developing and managing a property portfolio. The AMD commercial property team have the extensive knowledge and experience to ensure your commercial property transactions move quickly and safely.
To find out more or to book an appointment call AMD today on 0117 962 1205 and ask to speak to Tony Moore or Janine Harris in our Commercial Property Department.
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