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    leasehold renewal query

    hi all,

    does anyone know if i can find the out how to calculate a lease renewal cost myself, i have been quoted what I and my estate agent / solicitor consider a silly amount for renewal and i would like to confirm this.

    also what would people say is my best course of action, do these things tend to be neogotiable or an I stuck?

    thanks in advance for your responses.

    #2
    Send me an e-mail to stephen@clacy.com and I will send you an excel spreadsheet which should give an indicitive valuation

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