Results for: "Industrial Properties" in "Bloemfontein, South Africa"

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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

Sponsored

insurance companies

14 Elizabeth St

Civillia Bldg

Elizabeth St

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.11625

26.21943

39 A First Av

First Av

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.11111

26.21834

6a Sowden St

Sowden St

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.09391

26.23197

41 Maitland St

Southern Life Plaza

Maitland St

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.11767

26.21965

33 Union Court

Union Court

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.1011688

26.2228242

Industrial Properties

 
Industrial properties are usually large properties used by businesses.
 
These types of properties can include offices, warehouses, garages, distribution centres and other kinds of properties. Most industrial properties are leased to various tenants for a period of time. This is usually because the properties may be too expensive to buy all at once. Most tenants are encouraged to sign long term leases since it is costly to move every time a short term lease expires. Also, long term leases are usually much cheaper, and they create stability for the businesses leasing an industrial property. Like other kinds of properties, the location of industrial properties makes them more valuable. Hence, the owner of the property will charge a higher rental rate, or ask for a higher selling price, if the property is situated near transport nodes and other commercial traffic routes.
 
Most industrial properties are sub-divided so that a number of businesses can rent sections of the property. This trend is common in developing countries where start-up businesses may not need the entire property, but may need to set up their businesses in the locations where the industrial properties are located. These locations are routinely designated near railway stations, airports, docks, and other such places.
 
Most Industrial properties offer all the amenities of normal properties, with some of them also providing luxury office space. However, most industrial properties are defined as warehouses located in an industrial area.

Industrial Properties

 
Industrial properties are usually large properties used by businesses.
 
These types of properties can include offices, warehouses, garages, distribution centres and other kinds of properties. Most industrial properties are leased to various tenants for a period of time. This is usually because the properties may be too expensive to buy all at once. Most tenants are encouraged to sign long term leases since it is costly to move every time a short term lease expires. Also, long term leases are usually much cheaper, and they create stability for the businesses leasing an industrial property. Like other kinds of properties, the location of industrial properties makes them more valuable. Hence, the owner of the property will charge a higher rental rate, or ask for a higher selling price, if the property is situated near transport nodes and other commercial traffic routes.
 
Most industrial properties are sub-divided so that a number of businesses can rent sections of the property. This trend is common in developing countries where start-up businesses may not need the entire property, but may need to set up their businesses in the locations where the industrial properties are located. These locations are routinely designated near railway stations, airports, docks, and other such places.
 
Most Industrial properties offer all the amenities of normal properties, with some of them also providing luxury office space. However, most industrial properties are defined as warehouses located in an industrial area.
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