Commercial property can be a good investment on a business standpoint and also for investment rental yield. If your business is currently paying a high monthly rental for the office space, buying a commercial property for your business operations can mean a much lower monthly payment and you get to have ownership of the property as well. For investment, you can be looking at a stable monthly stream of rental cash flow if your tenant is a stable business.
Small medium enterprises (SME) are really beginning to realise the benefits of owning a piece of commercial property utilising commercial mortgages. It can mean lower monthly payments that ease cash flow that is key to smooth business operations. When the company grows too big for the property in future and needs to relocate, the company will also make capital gains if the property is sold in the open market in future.
The lease period for commercial property tends to be longer compared to residential property. You can even add a clause to review rental annually. Businesses renting commercial property are more agreeable to this feature. Occupants of commercial property also tend to maintain the place a little better than a residence since the look of the office represents the image of the company.