As long as your lease is long, selling a leasehold home is pretty similar to selling a freehold home. There'll be some extra paperwork involved, so you'll want a solicitor with leasehold expertise.
Ways of selling
Whether your home is freehold, leasehold or was bought through a government buying scheme, here’s everything you’ll need to know about selling it.
Your home is precious. And you’ll want to find someone who sees it the way you do. Here’s how to find the right agent for you.
Selling a home in Scotland is a bit different to selling a home in England and Wales. Here’s how it works.
When you sell a Help to Buy property, you’ll also need to repay the equity loan you borrowed to buy it. That means there are a few extra hoops to jump through in the selling process.
Thinking of putting your home under the hammer? Selling your house at auction could help you shift it quickly. Let’s take a look at how auctions work, the pros and cons, and if it could be right for you.
When you sell a Shared Ownership property, your housing association or trust will be there to guide you through the process. Here's how it works.
Reasons for selling
Sometimes the reasons for selling a home aren’t always straightforward. We’ll guide you through it all.
Everything you need to know about selling a probate property, from your role as executor to inheritance tax and the selling process.
From the legal differences between those married or cohabiting, to probate and inheritance tax, here's what you need to know about what happens to your home if one of you dies.
Tackling the topic of inheritance can be tricky. Not sure where to start with it all? Just ask Zoopla.
The laws around dividing a home change according to whether you were married or in a civil partnership, were cohabiting or if children are involved. Let's take a look.
If you can’t face the upheaval of downsizing, then getting a lump sum out of your property while still living there can seem like a good idea. But there are important pros and cons to weigh up first.
Giving your home to your children can help you avoid paying inheritance tax. But it’s a decision that requires careful thought and planning.