Commercial Selling Process
  1. 1

    Valuation and survey

    You want to sell your commercial premises for the best market value. With over 20 years of industry experience, Glenmore takes pride in providing honest valuations as well as the necessary comparables in your area. In order to manage expectations, we will also keep you updated on any market fluctuations. In order to attract potential buyers, it is critical to correctly manage the market value of a commercial property.

  2. 2

    Presenting your property

    There is a high demand for good commercial premises and the chances, therefore, are that your business may sell very quickly. We would encourage you to have your property clean and well decorated to attract a buyer. Glenmore will provide quality marketing for your property, including online property search engines (Glenmore Properties, Zoopla, Booming, etc).

  3. 3

    Receiving an offer

    The buyers like what they see and have submitted a formal offer. We will notify both parties both verbally and in writing, consisting of any conditions that were agreed upon beforehand.

  4. 4

    Completion and Exchange of contracts

    Once you have accepted the offer, we will instruct solicitors of both parties and a sales memorandum will be sent out. The solicitors will then carry out their due diligence and issue contracts. At which point they will suggest exchange and completion dates. We will liaise with both party solicitors throughout the process.

    Congratulations, you have sold your commercial property.

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