What is a lease extension?
If your flat or property is leasehold then the lease gets shorter every year. This means that a lease is a diminishing asset and, if you let the length of your lease drop too low, there is a danger that it will affect the value of your property. If it becomes lower than 80 years, it could become difficult to sell or re-mortgage your property.
You may want to extend your lease to make your property easier to market and sell, or you may be the freeholder and have received a formal request for statutory lease extension. Either way you are going to need specialist legal advice. Harrison’s Solicitors are on hand to help with a dedicated property solicitor to guide you through the process from one our three local offices in Reading, Caversham and Woodley.
Transparent Advice & Pricing
As with everything we do here at Harrison’s Solicitors, you can expect completely transparent advice and pricing on your property transfer. We’ll clearly set out all fees involved, including our own fixed fee, so you know exactly what to expect. It’s all managed for you, you can rest assured you’re in safe hands. Don’t just take our word for it though, find out what our customers say about us and why they come back to us time and again.