All leases are drafted so they come to end on a fixed date. If the period of time that remains on a lease is too short, it can make the property difficult to sell or remortgage.
Obtaining a lease extension can make a difference to the sale value of a property, as well as making your property easier to market.
If you are eligible, you have the right to apply to your landlord for a lease extension. Alternatively, you may arrange to extend your lease by mutual agreement.
We are here to provide advice for you, and we will use our knowledge and expertise to guide you throughout the process.
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