In addition to our valuation, commercial agency sales and lettings, property receivership, lease advisory, lease renewal and rent review services, SFP Property or our partners can also provide clients with advice on a wide range of other property issues.
From 1st April 2018, private sector properties must comply with the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards. An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is required whenever a building is built, sold or rented. SFP Property uses accredited assessors with a thorough understanding of the issues associated with commercial property.
The services of a qualified Building Surveyor can be required in a wide variety of circumstances, such as assessing a property for purchase, planning conversion or refurbishment or for an expert opinion as part of dispute resolution.
A poor valuation for insurance purposes can result in significant financial loss in the event of a claim being made. SFP Property provides insurance valuations for all property types, with the expertise and experience needed to protect asset values.
Whether identifying the extent of dilapidations or negotiating liability, SFP Property and its partners work with both tenants and landlords to minimise the risks associated with failing to maintain property in good repair.
A Building Defects Report documents the details of a building’s construction and its defects, along with an assessment of the action required to effect repair. Issues documented in a Building Defects Report include; defective or substandard construction or remedial work, cracks or distortions in the fabric of a building and damp, condensation or mould.
A Schedule of Dilapidations can be prepared for either a landlord or tenant requiring an independent assessment of dilapidations during or at the end of a lease term. SFP Property can facilitate both the schedule and advice on dispute resolution.