Market changes mean owning may now be a better option than renting

August 1998
Cabinet Maker;08/07/98, Issue 5100, p8
Trade Publication
Examines the impact of the property boom in Great Britain on the cost of servicing a commercial mortgage. Tendency of businesses to pay more in rent than they would if they were making mortgage repayments; Opportunity to reduce liabilities by either renting out the residential part or selling it; Application to the planning authority for change of use of the property.


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