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Category Archives: Landlords
Refurbished London Office space sees increase in demand, with Skyscraper dominance coming to an end in 2014.
The beautiful and historic city of London has, for years, been dominated by a forest of skyscrapers for large corporations, shadowing over smaller companies with a seemingly subjugating intent. However, the recent cluster of high-rise London office buildings that have been completed are set to be some of the last to be built in the city under current planning rules. In 2011, a statement was published by the City of London’s Chief Planning Officer, Peter Rees, revealing that there are no more plans to build high-rise towers in the Square Mile, telling The Independent “It will be an end of … Read More
…CEO of Exeid, David Ajose, was able to reveal today. Exeid have recently entered into talks with two, Mayfair based, property companies with the aim of assisting them with the Marketing and Asset Management of their Mayfair portfolios. “Mayfair is well known as the home to many of the worlds most successful businesses and many international property groups are among them. We have recently been approached by two companies wishing to secure our services to help them promote their Central London sites.” David continued, “although Mayfair, in London, is definitely on our target list as the ‘Jewel in the Crown’, … Read More
One of Derby’s longest established serviced offices has a new managing partner, Exeid Asset Management. 32 Friar Gate was originally established as serviced offices for new businesses in 1991 by Derby and Derbyshire Business Venture. After their takeover by Derbyshire Chamber of Commerce in 2001 the building was sold to DDBV’s first tenants, Howard and Jane Thomas. While the building has catered successfully for the same client group for 10 years, 2011 has been a difficult year for this type of landlord and the owners have now put the running of 32 Friar Gate into Nottingham based Exeid’s asset management … Read More
Riot and affray are nothing new to our society and we’ve talked previously about how, as landlords and tenants, you should be checking your insurance to establish that you are adequately covered in the event that your shop or business is affected by riot. Like many of our readers, the team at Exeid.com were unaware that there is a statutory protection that can compensate you in the event that your business is affected by riot and our research has uncovered an interesting statute. It is known as the Riot Damages Act of 1886. If you have been the subject of … Read More
Joze Henderson Joins the Exeid Family This month we’d like to take the opportunity to introduce two new members of the Exeid team. Joze Henderson and Nick Pigott you can read about Joze below and about Nick Pigott in a few days time Joze’ Henderson is an award winning, mulit-talented professional with a breadth of experience in sales, marketing, management and finance. Developed successful businesses in training and built a successful franchise. Joze Recently joined the Exeid Group to expand their Leicestershire operation. And we decided to let Joze tell you about herself in her own words “I kind of … Read More
David Ajose CEO of Exeid, the rapidly expanding boutique commercial property consultancy commented on the recent changes in empty rates liability and the further impact of interest rates on the Commercial Property Market. “We expect interest rates to firm up in Q3 this year adding more pressure on any highly geared property investments. This combined with empty rates liability charges will mean that the commercial property market will be under pressure for the next two years at least. We think that the market will be no further on, in two years time than it is today. Then we believe that … Read More
This week has seen a further increase in the tax burden on landlords and Small businesses who own commercial property. In a further drive to raise revenue by central government, the threshold at which an empty property is liable for full rates has dropped from £18,000 to £2600. This effectively means that many owners of commercial properties will become liable for huge payments even if their properties are generating a nil income. Richard Priestley, MD of Exeid the boutique commercial property consultancy said “this change is nuts. It would be like taxing PAYE and NI to an employee who was … Read More