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    #16
    Originally posted by Anna1985 View Post
    We are buying freehold, there is no change of leases, apart from maybe extending them in one transaction to save on legal costs in the future
    Yes, sorry - I didn't check what I was replying to properly.

    I would expect freehold purchase via informal versus statutory routes to have similar potential risks, but it can't hurt to see what you are offered.

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      #17
      Yes, it doesn't. Though I think I'm not getting the best deal but it seems like a deal at the moment

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        #18
        Have you studied this free guide to 2 methods of valuation cost for enfranchising of leasehold house ?

        https://www.lease-advice.org/advice-...ses-valuation/

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          #19
          Originally posted by Gordon999 View Post
          Have you studied this free guide to 2 methods of valuation cost for enfranchising of leasehold house ?

          https://www.lease-advice.org/advice-...ses-valuation/
          Yes and the convertion has happened in 1978 so there is no cheap way for us.

          all of this situation with the leasehold reform is like a carrot in front of the donkey, imho

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            #20
            Hi,
            have sent Land Registry a request for the lease but didn't hear back anything as yet.

            How long does it take ?
            Thanks

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