Residential leaseholds are now a bit more valuable

And residential freehold reversions less so

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Election ‘wash-up’ latest: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill and Victims and Prisoners Bill are set to pass | Law Gazette

https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/news/election-wash-up-latest-leasehold-refo...

Anyone with a ground rent portfolio has been rather stuffed here.

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By Martin B
24th May 2024 15:18

This is great news!

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By Paul Crowley
24th May 2024 15:23

This is only for houses?
Flats are where the current problems are.

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By Bobbo
24th May 2024 16:07

The bill contains provisions in respect of flats too, but they aren't as strong.

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By Ruddles
24th May 2024 16:27

Justin Bryant wrote:

Election ‘wash-up’ latest: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill and Victims and Prisoners Bill are set to pass | Law Gazette

https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/news/election-wash-up-latest-leasehold-refo...

Anyone with a ground rent portfolio has been rather stuffed here.


About time, too
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By Justin Bryant
24th May 2024 16:54

A good summary of the pluses and minuses is here: https://homehold.org/standard-article/leasehold-reform/

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