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  • Enfranchisement
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SALE written in colour letters Selling freehold

8 Tips for Selling Freehold Ground Rents

Selling freehold ground rents can be a daunting task but with the many arduous responsibilities that come with owning a freehold, it’s no wonder that …

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Three stacks of coins on the ground, escalating in height Ground Rents

Tenant not paying ground rent? Here are five things you can do

As a freeholder, one of the most challenging and frustrating tasks that we can face is dealing with difficult tenants. From disturbing neighbours to illegal …

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Freeholder jumping up in celebration after successfully organising maintenance and major works Freeholder Responsibilities

How to Successfully Organise Maintenance & Major Works

Maintenance and repair work are an inevitability when it comes to property. Without these works, our buildings would deteriorate, diminish in value and could potentially …

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Section 20 Notice template for major works with a pen, ready for signing Freeholder Responsibilities

New for Freeholders: Free Notice Templates & Services

Freehold Sale is now offering a range of Notice solutions to freeholders who require support with Sections 3, 20 and 166 of the Landlord and …

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Landlord holding a key with a property keyring Right to Manage

A Landlord’s Guide to Right to Manage

If you’re the landlord of a property that contains two or more flats, where your tenants have long leases, you need to be aware of …

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A row of colourful residential properties containing leasehold flats Enfranchisement

A Landlord’s Guide to Enfranchisement and Collective Enfranchisement

If you’re the landlord of a residential property or a building that contains two or more flats, where your tenants have long leases, you need …

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