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Pub Leasing

Leasing: FREE Business Finance Quotes »

Pub leasing is just one of several routes into the licensed retail sector. Pub leasing involves buying a long-lease or franchise but the terms may vary depending on the brewery or independent proprietor. Usually the duration of the lease can be from three to 21 years. The advantages of pub leasing are:

  • Control – you are the sole tenant and hold the power to make decisions
  • Freedom – in the event that you want to exit the business or up it up for tenure, you can find another tenant to run the premises on your behalf

For a free, no obligation quote, commercial leasing expert, Capex, is on hand to advise you on the best pub leasing deals available. Fill in the Business Finance Quotes form and you will be contacted by an advisor.  

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