Investment property is losing its appeal rapidly so landlords are going to have to continue to come up with new ways of making their commercial real estate more attractive in order to decrease the amount of commercial properties for sale and for rent that are currently available. Despite the current market unrest some companies still view commercial property london as a good long term investment and are sitting tight whilst they weather the effect the credit crunch storm has had on the real estate and commercial properties industry.
The commercial real estate market is becoming increasingly tenant driven and if you are currently looking into commercial properties for lease or for sale there are great deals to be had, especially in central London. In order to try to counteract the declining demand for commercial property landlords are also offering high value inducements and incentives to tenants in order to try to secure illusive new lettings.
Tenants are finding that their demands are being met at all levels and that they have a greater bargaining power being able to push lease lengths down at one of the fastest rates ever recorded and acquire some real commercial property bargains. For the first time in a long time the commercial property market is being tenant driven and the majority of tenants are taking full advantage of their newly found and ever increasing buyer power.