Buying a new office

Buying a new office

  • Why Finance Options Always Have to Be Agreed in Advance for a Property Purchase

    The purchase of a home can be a very complicated affair. If you've never done this before, it's likely that you will need help in order to ensure that everything goes as smoothly as possible. In particular, you need to ensure that you have as many options open as possible when it comes to finance. This may sound as if it's intuitive, but many people cause problems for themselves at this stage.

  • Tips For Finding Your Dream Home

    Everyone wants to have their dream home, but actually finding it can be one of the hardest parts. Even after you have determined your budget and figured out the location, there is a lot more to think about when it comes to finding and choosing your future home. Here are some tips to help get you started. Make a List of Priorities Once you know what your budget is and the overall financial plan of buying the home, it is time to think about what it is you want in a home.

  • A Novice's Guide to Owner's Corporations

    If you are buying a new home and it happens to be in a townhouse, an apartment or a block of units, chances are you will automatically become part of the owner's corporation responsible for the property. Usually, when such buildings or lands are subdivided, it becomes necessary to provide for the shared ownership of common property, which typically includes areas such as fences, gardens, walls, lifts, pathways, stairs and driveways.

  • Selling Your House: Is a Real Estate Agent Necessary?

    Buying and selling houses may sound fun and easy. Many buyers exist in the real estate market and you might be tempted to sell your house on your own. However, the situation may turn into a nightmare that you never signed up for. Saving the small commission required to involve an agent may turn out to be more costly especially when you are not well versed in the real estate business.

  • What You Need to Know About Conveyancing Services for Real Estate Transactions

    Conveyancing refers to any real estate transaction, where a title or deed to real estate is conveyed from one person to another. Conveyancing services refers to a professional who handles many steps of this process on behalf of the buyer or the seller. If you're buying or selling real estate, you would do well to consider the services of a conveyancer, to ensure this transaction goes as smoothly as possible. Note a few things to understand about this service so you can determine if it's right for you.

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Buying a new office

Our business has had a really good year and we've nearly doubled our staff. Of course, we need to find a real estate agent to help use get the perfect new office because we love our current location but it's just a bit too small. We want to find somewhere that has a good parking for our staff and a great environmental for our staff to work in, as well as a nice environment for our customers to visit. This blog has tips on how to find a new office for an expanding busiess, to suit the owners, staff and customers.