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  • All
  • Enfranchisement
  • Freeholder Responsibilities
  • Ground Rents
  • Lease Extensions
  • Property Market
  • Resources
  • Right of First Refusal
  • Right to Manage
  • Selling freehold
Freeholder with responsibilities holding block of flats in hands Freeholder Responsibilities

I’m a Freeholder – What are my Responsibilities?

As a freeholder, you own a plot of land and any property that sits on it. This property may be divided into flats which are …

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Woman wondering what the Right of First Refusal is Right of First Refusal

What is the Right of First Refusal?

Basically speaking, the Right of First Refusal (ROFR) is a contractual entitlement which gives an individual or parties the opportunity to ‘enter into a business transaction’ …

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Converted brick built property containing leasehold flats owned and managed by a freeholder Enfranchisement

Can I buy my freehold?

A freehold agreement indicates absolute ownership of a piece of land and any property which is situated upon it. Most houses are purchased on a …

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Block of brick-built flats where the freehold interest is for sale by the freeholder Selling freehold

How long does it take to sell a freehold?

Whether you’ve recently inherited a freehold, or you’ve been a freeholder for decades, you have decided to sell it. Working with a specialist freehold company …

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Newly married couple holding hands Lease Extensions

What is Marriage Value?

Freeholding and leaseholding … it’s a complicated world that operates with rules and regulations most of us have no concept of. For example, did you know …

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Row of residential leasehold properties with freehold titles Selling freehold

Can I sell my freehold?

It’s a question that people up and down the country are asking: can I sell my freehold and if so, how? Just check the number …

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