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Leasehold / Freehold Issue

I've seen a good property for me (a house at the right place & price) but it seems to be a leasehold (estate agents don't know for certain and are putting the onus back on me to find out via conveyance searches - they are selling on behalf of a company who sells on repossessions but have no direct contact with them). How easy is it to buy the freehold as well? How much usually? Are there other considerations? I expect a lot of people would just think forget it due to the lack of help from the estate agents (Butters John Bee). But the house is a good buy if I can get the Freehold cheaply...

Asked on Apr 24 2015, General in Stoke-on-Trent | Report content

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