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Where to begin with improving your building

Where to begin with improving your building Many flat owners are unhappy with the state of their buildings, although they have little ability to change things or knowledge on where to start. It can be difficult to see how other buildings are run by other managers or even by your…

Are freeholders decisions effecting the value of your leasehold property

Are freeholders decisions effecting the value of your leasehold property As growth in house and flat prices have leveled off, owners and investors can no longer take automatic and consistent increasing values for granted. Therefore it has become important to understand how the costs of maintaining your flat will affect…

What is service charge and how to reduce it?

What is service charge and how to reduce it? Sections: What is service charge and how it differs from ground rent The typical costs – what are the major expenses? The problems with being inactive Where and how savings can be made How near-future changes will reduce service charge further…

How to find the right managing agent for your building (and avoid the wrong ones)

How to find the right managing agent for your building (and avoid the wrong ones)

Are new leaseholders getting all the information then need from freeholders?

Are new leaseholders getting all the information then need from freeholders? Many leaseholders find that buying a property is more complicated than they thought.The UK system of leaseholds has in part been structured to deal with issues of shared ownership of the land and buildings that constitute a block of…

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