Freehold acquisition, or “collective enfranchisement”, is a group activity whereby a certain number of leaseholders in a block come together to purchase their freehold. It is also a highly technical and specialised process, in which we have extensive expertise that sets us apart from other property law firms.
Some of the key features of collective enfranchisement, and a broad outline of the process, are summarised on our comprehensive factsheet (request your free copy today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org).
Naturally, we always take care to identify and address any specific technical points unique to your individual case.
We know our way around the enfranchisement process better than most, from initial consultation all the way through to successful completion. Alongside our legal expertise, we can offer plenty of practical guidance and the assistance needed to ensure that your claim does not lose momentum (which is often challenging when coordinating a group of leaseholders). We might also be able to help you identify an investor, if needed, to fund any gap in the cost of buying the freehold, or a surveyor suitable to undertake the valuation work.
For practical advice to do with any aspect of buying your freehold, contact one of our experts today. If you would like to receive a copy of our briefing note on collective enfranchisement, just send a quick email to email@example.com.
The firm are delighted once again to have been shortlisted as finalists in this year’s Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards. These awards are independently judged and seek to highlight excellence in enfranchisement. The firm won Solicitors of the Year in 2015 and Mark Chick won the award as Solicitor of the Year in 2016…. Read more »
Team members Stuart Merrison, Chris Macartney and Mark Chick are holding an ‘advice surgery’ with the E17 Warner Residents’ Association on 24 January 2017. The meetings focus on initial advice and signposting and are only available on a pre-booked basis via the residents’ association. If you have a leasehold enquiry and would like to know… Read more »
In this recent article, Mark Chick takes a look at how flat owners may be able to buy their freehold in a block where there are commercial premises. There are a number of points to consider including qualification and funding. http://www.leaseholdinfo.com/i-want-to-buy-my-freehold-and-there-is-a-commercial-element-in-the-building-can-i-do-this/ To find out more about buying your freehold or extending your lease email firstname.lastname@example.org… Read more »