How to Get More from Your Commercial Property
"We are very much embedded in the Oxfordshire market"
Parker Parr combines a local and personal approach to ensure business owners are getting the most out of their properties
Successful business owners are creative, energetic and innovative individuals. The commercial buildings that currently house their business activities need to meet their current and future needs, provide effi cient space and support the growth of their business. But accommodation of the wrong size, confi guration, quality or location can hold them back, be it offices, retail, industrial or science/R&D space.
The market can be patchy and each project has its own unique characteristics and challenges, but Parker Parr operates with care and tenacity, combining local market knowledge, creative thinking and straightforward advice.
Tim Parr, Director of Parker Parr, comments: “An efficient business property of the right size is an asset, but inefficient, cramped or surplus accommodation can be detrimental to a business and damage the bottom line a bit like an expensive under-performing member of staff. Premises that were right for a business a few years ago may no longer serve the purpose. We encourage business owners to think ahead and plan.”
Parker Parr offers a cost effective and independent professional service. Offering the dedication and focus of a small team, it provides a unique service which is unlike the passive brand marketing by many of the larger commercial agency practices. The company specialises in commercial agency – lettings, disposals, acquisitions – for landlords and tenants.
“We are very much embedded in the Oxfordshire market, logging around 5m sq ft of commercial property enquiries every year. We can work as property consultant on specifi c projects where businesses don’t have the inhouse expertise, or simply as your agent on disposals and acquisitions”, explains Tim Parr.
For further information or to arrange a free initial chat, please contact Tim Parr on 01235 862826 or email@example.com
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