Leasehold properties can be a thorny issue for anyone owning one. A flat that is leasehold may be new build or old, but either way it needs to have a long lease in order for the property to hold its market value. Our Jackamans’ property team can help you to calculate how much it should cost to extend the lease on your property and will advise you of exactly the best way to protect your asset in the process.
A key consideration for landlords is the type of tenancy agreement to choose. There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to these agreements and your lawyer will be happy to listen to your views and will help create the right agreement for you and your requirements.
Planning is a complex web of regulations and having a lawyer who is well-versed in every aspect of this field can make all the difference. Whatever your planning concern, you can be confident that you will receive the best possible advice and representation from your Jackamans’ lawyer.
There are similarities in the legal process for buying an investment property and that for purchasing your own property but there are also a few crucial differences. First of all, the terms and conditions of mortgages available to investors vary from those for home purchases. Our lawyers will be happy to clarify and explain all of the details fully, and can also help further down the line with the legal issues that can arise for landlords, such as assistance with problem tenants.
If you are considering giving a property to a loved one, or adding someone’s name to the deeds of a property, our lawyers will be happy to give you in-depth advice. This specialised legal instrument has many complex implications and also many benefits; your Jackamans’ lawyer can guide you and help you to understand them all so that you can work together to find the right solution for you.