Selling as going concern advice

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  • jeffrey
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    Originally posted by teeps View Post
    Be prepared to accept a lower price for tenanted property
    Unless selling to someone delighted to buy a ready-made BTL. The market value of properties let on AST is about the 'vacant' value.

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  • teeps
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    Be prepared to accept a lower price for tenanted property

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  • jeffrey
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    You need to decide if you want to sell:
    a. a vacant property; or
    b. a let property.

    Either way, do not grant anything new to T. If the fixed term expires and T remains, it becomes periodic.

    If 'a', serve a s.21(1)(b) Notice (inc. a break-clause Notice) now. Do not exchange contracts unless T has vacated and the tenancy has conclusively ended.

    If 'b', advertise the property with details of the fixed term, its start date, and its duration.

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  • McRav
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    Selling as going concern advice

    I have tenants starting 4th month of STA which has a 6 month break clause that can be triggered in the 4th month.

    I want to sell the property but don't want to unduly inconvenience the tenants and would be prepared to wait for a buyer that would take the place on with the tenants (their contract ends at end of June 2010)

    Is there a procedural norm?
    Can I put them on monthly rolling contract having triggered 6 month clause?

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