A lawyer will agree a lease for you but by the time your lawyer is engaged, the commercial terms of your deal have already been agreed. Therefore, there is limited opportunity for your lawyer to improve your deal and negotiate significant cost savings.

Employing the services of a chartered surveyor to help negotiate your ’heads of terms‘ will save your business money, now and in the future.

For more information, please read the following news resource on the RICS website: http://www.rics.org/uk/knowledge/more-services/small-business-hub/small-business-property-hub/taking-a-lease---what-a-surveyor-can-tell-you-that-a-lawyer-cant
 


News

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    15 Apr 2016

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    31 Mar 2016

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