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.
Please see below a selection of our acquisitions:
We make purchasing decisions within
We’re transparent and easy to
We always have the cash funds in place to proceed quickly.
Northwood - Middlesex
Freehold parade comprising 8 ground floor units and upper parts. Rear offices/warehouse with long term redevelopment potential. Site approximately 0.5 acres.
Shaftesbury Avenue - London
Nottingham - Nottinghamshire
The property is situated in the heart of Nottingham City Centre, just 50 yards and visible from Nottingham’s Market Square.
Battersea - London SW11
Oxted - Surrey
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.
Wembley - London HA9
Porchester - Hampshire
Roadside & Alternative
Gosport - Hampshire
Let to Starbucks for a term of 20 years at the rents of £87,500 pa.
Twyford - Berkshire
Caterham - Surrey
Let to Dignity Funeral for a term of 15 years at a rent of £42,500 pa.
Gateshead - Tyne and Wear
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