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Leasehold vs Commonhold: What is the difference?

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The Commonhold Act came into force in 2004, which created an alternative method of home ownership. This however, in the last 14 years has been little used.

Commonhold allows people to own their own homes with no Landlord or expiring lease. Residents are members of the management company allowing them to vote on matters of upkeep etc.

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How Brexit is Affecting the Housing Market Now…

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The latest report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) predicts demand and supply in the UK housing market will fall once again due to the uncertainty caused by Brexit.

The number of people looking for a new home in November 2018 fell again with many comments attributing this to Brexit uncertainty.

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A Return to City Centre Living

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30 years ago many UK city centres were desolate and dilapidated; in the evenings and night time crime was rife and many were considered unsafe.

Wind forward 30 years and our cities are bustling with activity and nightlife. This is as a direct result of an urban renaissance, especially in the North of England.

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The Crisis in UK Shopping Centres

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Following on from my article The Future of The High Street, do shopping centres have the same issues?

In many towns and cities in the UK, shopping centres are the central hub of the shopping district.

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