Articles

Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

A Spanner in the Works

It was only when the leaseholders of a block of flats in North West London enlisted the help of property service providers, The Ringley Group, that they discovered their lease was defective. Buying the freehold is now a popular option for leaseholders. Not only do...

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Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Don't get personal

A Management Company that is made up of leaseholders can cause issues, particularly when block politics rule business decisions In a bid to give leaseholders better rights and greater transparency over the running of their block, leaseholders were given the right ...

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Events

Freehold Purchase Seminar (6-14th Oct, 2006) Leaseholders in small blocks of flats not only have the right to manage their own blocks, they are also able to collectively purchase the freehold, adding value to their homes.

Leasehold Extension Seminar (6-14th Oct, 2006) Leases are getting shorter and loan to value rations are being affected. Lenders are relucant to lend on a short lease property. Subjects covered include: extending lease, tracking down a relucant or absent landlord and adding value to home.

The Right to Manage Seminar (6-14th Oct, 2006) The freeholder would generally manage your block of flats at a cost to you. In 2002 it became possible for leaseholders to claim the right to manage their own blocks without having to prove fault in the feeholder or the managing agent. Find out more from Mary-Anne Bowring.