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Are park homes always leasehold?

Asked on Dec 3 2010, General in Reading | Report content

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  • They are mostly leasehold but not all.

    Answered on Dec 4 2010, Report content
  • In the majority they are. In essence you own the home but lease the ground within the site it sits on.

    Answered on Dec 7 2010, Report content
  • Typically yes as you tend not to own the land the sit on, but they are a very cost effective way of living even when you add site fees.

    Answered on Dec 9 2010, Report content

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