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Commercial property sector sees capital growth

22nd March 2010
The commercial property sector enjoyed accelerated capital growth in February despite concerns the slow start to 2010 would continue for longer than expected. As previously, central London offices were the best performers with capital growth of 2.1%. Shopping centres also topped the list, showing capital growth of 1.8%.

Whilst the commercial property sector has not returned to pre-recession levels of growth, these figures suggest prices are finally approaching fair value. Levels of competition for commercial properties in sought-after locations are expected to rise, particularly in the inner-City locations.

Companies involved in better-performing sectors may want to consider relocating earlier than expected in order to take advantage of cost-effective prices and increasing levels of investment.

In the past couple of months the commercial property sector has shown increasing stability and propensity for growth. Whilst the growth is not rapid it is consistent, and commentators expect the market to have picked up considerably by the 3rd and 4th quarters of this year.

Now is therefore a good time for businesses looking to relocate to start considering viable properties and locations to ensure an economical and cost-effective move that limits strain on company resources. allows you to search a significant portfolio of commercial properties spread out over the United Kingdom, available to rent on variable leases from the major lending agents in the sector.

Whether you want to take advantage of lower prices before the central London market gains more traction, or are looking to relocate to a fringe location as cheaply as possible, we offer a quick and easy path to a range of properties available to browse today.

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