Shortage of commercial property stock on Fylde Coast market
Robert Pinkus & Co. LLP can report that the first half of 2014 has been the busiest for several years and are calling for property owners in the Blackpool and Fylde area to come forward with properties to let or for sale to meet the current market demand.The commercial property consultants based in Preston, have logged a 26% increase in commercial property enquiries in the first half of 2014 for the Blackpool and Fylde coast and are confident that this signifies a positive improvement in the region's commercial property market.
Danny Pinkus, partner at Robert Pinkus & Co. said: "Confidence is definitely returning to the market and we are feeling optimistic about the prospects for the second half of 2014. As a result, there is now a shortfall of good quality commercial premises on the open market, especially in the industrial and warehouse sectors."We would welcome enquiries from anyone who may have been holding back from selling their property and waiting for a more stable economy. As the market continues to improve, it needs the property stock to meet the growing demand." He added: "Whilst we don't want to get carried away, we are confident that the signs of recovery will continue through the closing half of 2014 and that further properties will come to market to meet the very real demand that exists."