Commercial Creep | Propertylogy

Commercial Creep

By on May 6, 2019

Commercial creep is a slang used to describe businesses slowly and quietly encroaching into residential areas.

Companies understandably desire to expand their reach and physical presence in order to increase exposure and generate more revenue.

Thus they are constantly seeking opportunities to expand their operating reaching.

In doing so, their premises can often creep up on residential estates which disturbs the peace previously enjoyed by residents.

It must be said however, that commercial creep is often done through legal means. And residents are often powerless to do anything about them.

The onus is on corporations to quench their thirst for expansion and put the concerns of residents into consideration.

The opposite effect is that neighborhoods might see an increase in home value, or that a portion of residents might welcome the entry of commercial activities into the vicinity.



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