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Leasehold properties and freehold properties are different from each other. You should know about those prior to purchasing in order to manage them smoothly. To know more visit our website:

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Property managers | property management

  1. 1. Smooth Management of Leasehold and Freehold Properties
  2. 2. Leasehold Property or Freehold Property – Manage Both Smoothly If you are planning to buy a property, know whether it is leasehold or a freehold one at first. There are quite a few differences between these two types of properties and learning about those will help you manage your assets smoothly. Differences between Leasehold and Freehold Properties • Leasehold properties are leased out to a lessee for a particular time period. • Freehold properties are sold out to lessees or tenants permanently. Basically, the land on which the property is located as well as its complete ownership, both are sold in this procedure.
  3. 3. How to Manage Leasehold Property? • Hire a professional conveyor who can gather essential information related to the credentials and management of the leasehold property. • If you have already done some alternation to your property, make sure that your conveyor is aware of those. • Potential buyers should have good terms with financial institutions like banks. So, consider this factor while sorting out purchasers. How to Manage Freehold Property? • When it comes to managing freehold properties, all documentations of tenancies and leases should be kept handy. • All maintenance and repair works regarding the property must be carried out within time. It is the responsibility of the property managers to consult with all lessees as well as renters prior to starting the procedure. • It is also important to take care of the interests of both landlords and tenants. Any dispute should be negotiated in an unbiased and effective manner.