When trying to buy the freehold of their building, qualifying tenants may come across something called the right of first refusal. Freehold right of first refusal applies directly to the immediate landlord, and is written into the Landlord and Tenant Act of 1987.
When perusing property, many people come across terms like “share of the freehold” but aren’t sure exactly what a share of the freehold means.
“Freeholder” is a word that can mean different things depending on the context. For example, freeholders are people who own freehold property and freeholders are also members of the free-holding class in Great Britain. In this blog post, we will be looking at the freeholder meaning in relation to what it means to be a […]
When it comes to buying the freehold of a flat, there are many things that leaseholders need to take into consideration.
In May 2021, the UK Government published draft legislation aimed at banning Ground Rents altogether but what exactly will change and what benefits will you see if any?
You just received a letter in the post saying that your Landlord is serving a Section 5 Notice and intends to sell the Freehold of your building, making you an offer. You know deep down that you should examine your options but where do you start, and what even is a section 5 anyway? Don’t […]