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    Your 12 Digit Tenant Reference Number *
    Name of current owner(s)
    Your name (if different from above)
    Property address*

    Property correspondence address (if different from above)
    Must be an address in England or Wales

    Your Email Address *
    Additional Information


    Owning your freehold usually means that you no longer have to pay ground rent or obtain consent from a third part to extend or sub-let your property. It also simplifies the legal process should you wish to sell your property in the future. Please note that we can only offer to sell the freehold to you if you live in a house. This fast-track service is not available to owners of flats.

    Upon receipt of your request, we will charge a valuation fee to your account and e-mail you to confirm this. Please note that the valuation fee is non-refundable as this is taken to cover the costs of calculating the price and liaising with yourself and the owner of the freehold. Upon receipt of payment of the valuation fee we will calculate the offer to sell the freehold to you and send you this by e-mail within 14 days. Please note that the offer will only be valid for 28 days from the date of the offer letter contained in the email that we will send to you.

    Should you wish to proceed following receipt of the offer to sell the freehold then full payment will be required on account before we will progress your application and issue the draft documentation required to complete the transfer. You will also need to provide all documentation requested in our offer letter. Once received the transfer process will take approximately 6-8 weeks, although this timescale will depend on your prompt responses to the requirements and queries raised during the process. Once the transfer has competed the Land Registry will take between 3-6 months to confirm registration of your ownership.

    Please note that there may be covenants in your lease or covenants contained in the title to the freehold that you would still need to comply with once you become the freeholder. In addition, reasonable legal fees may also continue be payable in the future (for example if your lease requires a deed of covenant in accordance with any disposal of the property).