Article preview: The government is planning to reform England’s controversial leasehold system, which should ultimately reduce the costs for many homeowners. Under the current system, leaseholders often find themselves paying expensive bills to extend a short lease or paying escalating ground rents, with the system dubbed “fleecehold”. If you own a property outright, including the land on which that property is built, then you are a freeholder.
Leaseholder proposals can level the playing field
This 307-word blog post considers new government proposals to change the law for leaseholders in England. Written on 7th January 2021.
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