“After I got Acrewoods to help me with extending my lease, the freeholder reduced his offer by £85,000”, said Mr Tiela of Chelsea.
Compulsory Purchase Order
“Ealing Council were looking to purchase my flat in Acton for a mere £168,000. After contacting Acrewoods, the Council increased their offer in excess of £220,000”, said Mr Walia.
Homebuyers Report and Valuation
“I made a £1.1m offer on a house in East Sheen. Acrewoods provided a detailed report and brought to my attention major areas of concerns that I just would not known about”, said Amanda of Richmond.
“Acrewoods notice movement in the first floor of the property that I have made an offer on and recommended that I arrange for a structural engineer to investigate the cause further, it later transpired that the movement was subsidence”, said Mr Roberts of Ealing.
“Acrewoods provide detailed Bank reports. As a customer of the Bank I was very impressed with the detail”, said Mr Sandhu of Heston.
“I had a falling out with my brother. I therefore needed to subdivide a small portfolio of properties. Acrewoods guided me and put me in contact with an accountant and a bank who helped guide me. I now have the property and business I want and I can move on with my life”, said Mr Gid.
“I contacted Acrewoods when I thought my CMR (rent) was due for renewal in 2011. It transpired that the renewal in 2009 was missed and Acrewoods negotiated back rent in excess of £20,000 from the Health Authority”, said Dr Singh of Hanworth.
“When my mother died, we contact a local estate agent in Hounslow. They valued our Mother’s house in Osterley for £310,000. The Valuation Office Agency (HMRC) wrote back stating they considered it was worth £560,000. We contacted Acrewoods who provided a valuation report to justify a value of £400,000”, said Mr Lewis.
“I purchased my flat in 2007 under a shared ownership agreement with a Housing Association. When I tried to buy an additional 25% of share in my property from the Housing Association, they wanted a much higher price than I could afford. So I contacted Acrewoods. After they surveyed the property they provided me with a detailed report on its value and the evidence I needed to support a value 20% less than that of the Housing Association. This saved me over £15,000”, said Mr Eller.
New Commercial Lease
“we were about to take a new lease of offices in Hounslow. We contact Acrewoods on the advice of our solicitors. Acrewoods provided a comprehensive report that highlighted problems with the building that existed before I signed the lease”, said Mr Sandie.
“we are a small family business in Teddington High Street. When our landlord tried to increase the rent by 50% we contacted Acrewoods on recommendation from a local estate agent. Acrewoods were able to save us £3,500 per year, until the next rent review in five years’ time”, said Mr Green.
“I run a very successful pharmacy in Chiswick. My landlord had been looking to increase my rent for the last 2 years. When I contacted Acrewoods, I was advised that my current lease was to end in two years’ time. However, because my lease was outside the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, I could be without a property at the end of the lease. Acrewoods managed to negotiate a new 21 year lease, with a tenant’s break option in the 10th and 15th year.