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Freehold & Leasehold: What do they mean?

Considering selling your home and relocating? Then be prepared to hear the terms freehold and leasehold a lot. Understanding what they mean is important as it could make the difference between owning a home and the land it’s on completely or having a landlord. Here, quick sale property experts, We Buy Any House explore what the two mean and how owning one over the other can differ. What do freehold and leasehold mean and what’s the difference? Freehold: If you are the freeholder it means that you own both the building and the land that it’s found on. If you were to search the property in the Land Registry you would find it under your name as the ‘freeholder’ and owner of the title completely. This is the preferred purchase option in pretty much every instance and comes with many advantages. Chief of which is the fact that you don’t...
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Should landlords be concerned about the new Homes (Fitness) Act?

The simple answer is, no. Landlords who are abiding by the current regulations, administered by local authorities, have nothing to be concerned about. The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act (2018) is in many ways a transfer of rights from local authorities to tenants. However, it makes sense to understand the new legislation and the additional protection given to tenants. Why was the Homes (Fitness) Act introduced? The reason this legislation has been brought in is to ensure that private rental properties are fit for purpose and human habitation. It would appear that local authorities up and down the country are struggling to carry out their current responsibilities regarding the repair of substandard rental properties. Therefore, the UK government has decided to back a Private Members Bill to refresh tenant protections and shift the emphasis on pursuing repairs. In simple terms tenants will now be able to sue their landlord...
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Building your Power Team

It is so important to build a strong power team for your property business. Your power team is made up of the professionals around you that you use in the day to day running of your business.Successful business people know that they need to delegate as they cannot do everything on their own and they hire people who are great at the things that they are not so good at.  It’s important to know that your properties are being managed in the right way and your tenants are being well looked after. A great power team ensures the smooth running of your business and helps you to not miss out on those hot deals when they come along.So, who's in your power team?  If you don’t have these professionals in your power team then speak to us and we can recommend someone that we have used. Dependent on your property strategy you will...
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Tips for buying at Auction

This can be an exciting way to secure your dream investment property, particularly as you might bag a bargain and get some great deals; but it isn’t for the faint hearted. Things can happen very quickly in the auction room and you need to have done your homework beforehand in order to bid confidently and avoid paying too much. Looking to buy property is an exciting time. It is even more exciting when you think you may bag a potential bargain. However, you have to be aware and beware when it comes to buying property at auction as you don’t have a lot of time to do the necessary research – but once you’ve bought it, you will have a lot of time to reflect on any mistakes! Typically auction catalogues are released 14 days prior to auction. That means you have just two weeks to view the property, check...
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Lease extensions – don’t get caught out!

The subject of lease extensions can be complicated although as a leasehold approaches a minimum of 80 years to expiry it is something you will need to address. Traditionally leasehold properties are associated with flats although recently we have seen the introduction of more houses sold on a leasehold basis. In this instance we will look at the situation surrounding flats. To put things into perspective, there are freehold and leasehold arrangements:- The freeholder owns the property and the land on which the property is built The leaseholder rents the property from the freeholder with a lease agreement which can be decades or even centuries long 80 YEARS! If your lease is nearing 80 years, then alarm bells should be ringing! The general “tipping point” with regards to the lease holder property is 80 years at which point the sale value will start to decrease and mortgage funding may not...
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