GP Property Management
Commercial property made easy!
A highly skilled team can navigate you through the constantly evolving property world.
Let us ease the many pressures involved in commercial property management and provide professional expertise in determining the best course of action in commercial buying. Our knowledgeable team will meet your goals with ease!
Property Management Services
Negotiation of Lease Renewals
Chasing Rent Arrears
Fixed CPI Rent Reviews
Rent Collection & Rent Arrears
Why Choose GP Property Management?
GP Property Management is a division of Greenhalgh Pickard, offering integrated expertise to our commercial property clients. We provide proactive and strategic techniques to manage commercial properties, with the added benefit of access to our multifaceted legal and accounting teams.
Challenges are to be expected with managing commercial properties, and our experience is here to alleviate these pressures from you, so you can get back to what you do best! We understand the effort and resources that go into managing commercial properties, taking you, the landlord, away from your everyday job.
Our team can assist in following up late payments to chasing up contracts, not to mention the time required in dealing with lawyers and accountants. Purchasing a commercial property can be the biggest investment in a person’s lifetime and a significant source of income! Therefore, your investment will be treated with the utmost of care and attention, as if it was our own.
Built upon professionalism, integrity and providing our stakeholders with quality outcomes that ensure their investments are generating maximum returns, book an appointment with our GP Property Agents today.
Our qualified in-house property management team is pragmatic in taking care of your commercial leasing contracts, invoicing, collection of rent, following up rent arrears, fixed and CPI rent reviews, disbursements, negotiation of lease renewals, and plenty more!
Maximise efficiency and keep your legal, accounting and property affairs in the one location. The multifaceted expertise has the benefit of managing difficult tenants, explaining legislation and reviewing related assets, tax or commercial business implications that can arise within property management.
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