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Relative values: residential leasehold reform in England and Wales - valuation of lease extension and enfranchisement

Dixon, T., Pottinger, G., Marston, A. and Crosby, N., (2000) Relative values: residential leasehold reform in England and Wales - valuation of lease extension and enfranchisement. Project Report. CEM Reading, CEM Reading. ISBN 1899769722

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Abstract/Summary

This research report was commissioned by the DETR and examines valuation issues relating to leasehold enfanchisement and lease extension - the right for flat owners to collectively purchase the freehold or buy a longer lease. The two factors examined examined in detail are the yield to be applied when capitalising the ground rent and the relative value of leases with a relatively short period left to run as against the value of the freehold or a new long lease, which determines the level of 'marriage level'. The research report will be of interest to all those involved in the valuation of residential leasehold property and those with an interest in legislative proposals for leasehold reform.

Item Type:Report (Project Report)
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of the Built Environment > Construction Management and Engineering > Transition Pathways to a Low-Carbon Economy
ID Code:35645
Publisher:CEM Reading

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