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blog yellow circle pmgHere are various blog resources related to all the different property interests, from landlords & tenants, to investors & occupiers, to all other third-party interests. These cover general factors to consider for a particular interest, to more detailed issues to resolve for a particular course of action.


Some Practical Pointers to Kicking a Business Tenant Out

business tenant evictAs a landlord of a commercial property, issues with a tenant can soon escalate into stormy heights. You’re generally dealing with bigger numbers and issues here than, say, residential, and so you can either live or die by the sword, so to speak.

And having the rent paid is of course the biggie, although there can be other factors such as bad behaviours and letting the property’s condition deteriorate.

When you’re past the point of trying to resolve in whatever fashion, you end up asking the question of how to simply get them out. Maybe you already have a potential better tenant lined up to take over, or it’s just more of a case of seeing who else you can re-let to or develop longer-term options for.

Time will probably be an important...

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How to Quickly (& Easily) Get a New Business Tenant Moving Into Their New Property

business tenant moving in property management guideFor those managing properties, you'll know what a challenge it can sometimes be when you suddenly hear about a new business tenant that is about to move in.

Maybe the landlord or letting agent has 'done the deal' and solicitors confirm that the lease has completed - so now the buck is passed to the managing agent to sort out details like keys and making sure this new tenant can actually begin using their new property interest.

Sounds simple, but there's often more to it. In fact it's so much easier if a property manager can be involved in the letting process way beforehand to make sure the detail is not only understood by everyone, but actually any leases and documentation changed to reflect this.

But that's another story, in the...

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The Basics of Inductions for Property Contractors

contractor induction property management guideWhen you’re using contractors at a property, whether a simple repair or a larger replacement, then there’s more to a simple verbal go-ahead at the right price. Getting this right beyond this makes good property management.
There’s a host of initial set-up information from insurance cover to risk assessments, but even after all this you often still need to provide an ‘induction’ for them actually be on site, particularly with more larger and multi-occupied properties.
This shows that they’re familiar with how they practically carry out their jobs at the property, for the benefit of everyone not just themselves.
Fire safety is often the driver of this, but there’s all other kinds of issues to consider as well and formally...

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