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Are You Near Exeter on 22nd October?

Are you near Exeter next Thursday; 22nd October?

If you are – or if you can travel down to that part of the world – come and see my presentation to the Property Investors Network.
Click here for details.

I’ll be talking about the two biggest subjects people pay me to teach them about.

Firstly, I’ll be explaining about ‘short leases’ and what you do about them. Owners and buyers of leasehold flats can lose £000s if they don’t know the system – and freeholders will rip them off, big time. But there are simple things you can do to make sure you get a good deal. I’ll teach you all about it – with no legal gobbledigook.

Secondly, I’ll be explaining the other end of the scale – brand new leases and how you can maximise freehold value. All you have to do is remember ‘shaving foam’. Yes, shaving foam. It sounds crazy – but remembering it will make you extra £00,000s on your next title splitting project. Again, no legal jargon – just simple, no nonsense education and tips.

Seats have almost sold out – so click here now to book your place. And if you’ve never been to a pin meeting before, use voucher code WALES and I’ll pay entrance fee.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Best wishes.

Bernie Wales

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Bernie Wales

In the world of residential property, Bernie Wales 'The Leasehold Expert'. He can help you resolve your leasehold problems - whatever they are. He provides great advice and his Property Management Company provide a cost-effective and pro-active management service for leaseholders in London, the Home Counties and along the south coast.

1 Comment

  1. roger walby on 27th August 2017 at 9:02 am

    i own a freehold eot property with a leasehold plot of land to the side
    the lease was purchased through plymouth council by the previous owner of the freehold property
    after spending a lot of time trying to find a freeholder,we gave up
    but have now found your site,so will follow the advice given and see where that leads as we wish to purchase the freehold
    im confused about how the council can sell a piece of land without freeholders consent and also include two covenants on it as well and also make the lease absolute
    as for serving our right to enfranchisement,is it a case of proving we have made the relevant searches to the court

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