So you wish to shift your office from the confines of your home to a more professional set up? Well, what better than moving into an established leased property? Shifting an office is a daunting task and you need to have a clear idea about the space and the functionality of the space. It is generally believed that serviced offices are better to use than creating a whole new one. There are quite a few reasons for it. The best part about shifting business into an already established leased property is that you can save a good amount of money. The duration of the agreement for rent in this circumstance is less than renting a traditional office space. The duration is usually between 2 months and 12 months.

 Another benefit is that you will already get a furnished office with befitting office interiors. You will not have to invest money in buying furniture. You will already have a set up and all you need to do is adjust it according to your own needs. This is less time consuming as well since you will not have to start from the scratch. Not only furniture, you will also have access to modern devices including fax, printers, photocopiers, LED projectors and so on. Purchasing these devices could cost you a fortune, but in a serviced office you are saved. There will be fewer bills to cater to every month. In an already furnished office there will be only a single bill covering all the aspects each month. Therefore, your time and money both will be saved. 

You will be saved from maintenance cost once you have shifted to a serviced office. No additional repairing costs either. Everything will be included in the price while paying for the lease. You will have a ready receptionist at your office attending to the calls and coordinate your deliveries and pick-ups. Any kind of administrative support is available for an insignificant amount. 

Finally, you will have an impressive business address which will help create an impression on your clients. In this kind of a set up, you can also arrange for package pick-ups while you are away from office.

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