Our team have been acquiring properties and land across the UK for over 30 years. When we identify an opportunity we know is right for us, we proceed quickly with a streamlined, no-nonsense approach.
Over the last 12 months we have invested over £25m into the UK commercial property market.
We make purchasing decisions within
We’re transparent and easy to
We always have the cash funds in place to proceed quickly.
24 - 38 Green Lane & Warmair House
Freehold parade comprising 8 ground floor units and upper parts. Rear offices/warehouse with long term redevelopment potential. Site approximately 0.5 acres.
88 Station Road
Sale and leaseback to Sainsbury’s on the ground floor and basement. Upper parts consist of 5 flats lets on AST’s and 1 regulated tenant.
Woking - Westfield Parade
Parade comprising six shops and upper parts. Fully let to local tenants.
Streatham - Dorchester Parade
Parade of three shops, each with a flat above.
The property has future development potential.
Canterbury - The Street
Convenience Store investment let in its entirety to Southern Co-op.
London NW11 - Finchley Road
Shop and HMO above let in its entirety to a
Freehold retail propositions throughout the UK.
Income producing investments with national covenants preferred.
Single lots, parades or portfolios.
All vacant freehold retail properties considered.
Short to medium term re-gear opportunities.
Roadside sites from 0.4 acres – 5 acres.
We value our network of agents. In 2020 we paid in excess of £1.275m to non-retained agents in fees and profit shares.
"Having just completed my first deal with Harkalm, I can safely say their profit share arrangement does exactly what it says on the tin! "I introduced an opportunity with potential to add immediate value. We worked together with a predetermined exit strategy, whilst collaborating on all aspects of the deal to ensure value was maximised. Harkalm funded the transaction in full and paid out a substantial proportion of profits gleaned without hesitation. The difficult transaction could not have been any more straightforward."
— Martin Burgess, Martin Burgess & Company