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Pop Up Shops Have Helped Fill Vacant Properties – But There’s Still a Better Solution

Over the last few years, the pop up shop economy has become a staple of the high street; it’s no longer unusual to see small galleries, craft stores and even clearance sales setting up in vacant commercial properties, all in an attempt to keep them in use between long-term lets. The result is a symbiotic …

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Sooner Rather Than Later: Why it Pays to Be Prepared for Tenants Moving Out

No landlord – residential or otherwise – enjoys being faced with a vacant property; but for those in commercial property, there’s an extra pain point to consider. As we’ve discussed before on our blog, empty rates are a common blight for commercial landlords, who are essentially forced to pay for owning a vacant building. Unfortunately, …

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Nothing to Worry About: How FCS Relieves Empty Rates Pressure for Landlords

  Between retaining tenants and managing multiple properties, the life of a landlord is very rarely a calm one. There’s one area of the profession, however, that FCS believes should be free of stress: empty property rates. When your commercial property is empty, it’s only a matter of time before there are empty rates to …

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Empty Business Rates: What Are They, and How Can You Save Money on Them?

  Not being able to lease a commercial property is, unfortunately, a reality for landlords. In our current economic climate – and with Brexit looming large – it’s not always possible to find long-term occupants. As expected, when a commercial property is occupied, the tenant is obligated to pay business rates. But, did you know …

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