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Government to be advised of 'serious problems with leasehold charges'

Consumer group Which? has warned that many flat owners are being hit with "excessive" leasehold charges.

Mon 31 Oct 2011

Lenders 'reluctant to lend on short leases'

Many lenders are not happy to lend on short leases, according to a chartered surveying firm.

Fri 28 Oct 2011

More flat owners embracing the right to manage

A growing number of flat owners are working to take control of the management of their block, a legal professional has stated.

Mon 08 Nov 2010

Due diligence process 'important in property transactions'

Consumers who are purchasing a property have been advised to consider the importance of due diligence in any transaction.

Mon 08 Nov 2010

Mortgage borrowing 'in recovery'

The amount of mortgages that have been given out by lenders has risen dramatically, prompting speculation that the market is making steps towards recovery

Wed 19 May 2010

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