The Small Business Specialists
Phone: 13 12 49
In some cases it could be more cost-effective for you to purchase a commercial property instead of leasing it. Buying commercial premises is a major financial investment, however, depending on your personal and financial circumstances, it could prove to be a viable option.
Carefully consider your options and ensure you obtain property, financial, legal, and business advice before making any commitments to buy commercial premises.
Whether you choose to buy or lease commercial premises, you need to decide on the specific requirements that will meet your business needs and objectives, including location, size, availability of parking for clients and staff, fixtures and fit-out, access to premises after hours, right to use common areas to display signage and the right to affix signage. You will also need to consider prevailing political, government, economic and social conditions such as interest rates, the state of the economy, and demand for your products or services.