Quick guide to selling a leasehold property
Selling a leasehold house or flat can be more complicated than finding a buyer for a freehold property, but it’s possible by understanding how the process works.
Frequent questions we receive about selling leasehold houses and flats
We have been in business since 2003 and in that time have answered many queries about selling leasehold houses and flats. Here’s some of the most common:
✅ How soon should I think about selling my leasehold home?
If you think you might want to sell, you should start thinking about this before there is less than 80 years left on the leasehold agreement. That’s because leaseholds with less than 80 years to go on the agreement are generally considered less desirable to buyers and therefore might be harder for you to sell.
✅ How do I know what selling price I should ask for my leasehold home?
A quick way to get an initial rough estimate of your home’s worth would be to search similar properties on a reputable property website like rightmove.com that can show you prices for houses to buy or rent in your neighbourhood that you can use as a starting point to figure out a price.
✅ Is there a way to avoid paying fees when selling my leasehold property?
Yes. You won’t pay any fees if you sell to a quick buying company such as LDN Properties. These businesses offer to buy homes of all types, freehold and leasehold. The benefit of these companies is that they don’t charge any fees, compared to estate agents and auctioneers that will charge you fees for successfully selling.
LDN Properties offers quick purchases of leasehold properties with no hassle
Choose a fast and stress-free option for selling your leasehold property by giving us a call at 020 7183 3022 or clicking on the "Request Offer" button. We have plenty of experience making speedy and competitive offers for leasehold homes, and we’ll never charge any fees.
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