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Business Space Agency – Offices, Industrial & Warehouses

Brasier Freeth is proud to have held the position of ‘Most Active Agent in Hertfordshire’ for ten consecutive years.  We also achieved third position in the Estates Gazette award category of ‘Most Active Office Agent in the South East’ in 2016 for the third consecutive year. These are significant achievements when you consider the national and international firms that Brasier Freeth is competing with and testimony to the strength of our Business Space Agency.

Brasier Freeth’s Commercial Property Agents work from offices in Watford, Hemel Hempstead and Welwyn Garden City, although the Team covers a much wider geographical area from the M40 to the M11 across the Northern Home Counties, NW M25 and into Greater London.

Acting for both landlords and tenants, our Agents and Surveyors have a broad range of expertise ensuring we can assist you and provide answers to all your commercial property related queries. Specialisms include:

Whether you are looking to let, sell, or acquire commercial premises, our extensive local knowledge means you can be confident that we will achieve the best result for your business.

As part of a multifaceted Practice we can also offer an ongoing service to you so whether you are buying new premises that need refurbishing or need assistance with the ongoing maintenance and management of a property our Building Surveying and Property Management Teams can cater for all your property needs.

To discuss your requirements please contact your nearest office.

To view the office, industrial and warehouse properties we are currently marketing to let or to buy please use our Property Search facility.

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