What do Long Leaseholds mean for purchasers?

Of all the intricacies of the London property market, the long leasehold may be the most unusual. Even some areas in the UK don’t feature this anymore, much less in other countries. Long leases started in the Victorian era when wealthy land owners started to divide their land up to farmers for cultivation. Not wanting […]

Why Invest In Ground Rents

Ground Rent provide a unique opportunity to investors, as they can allow direct exposure to the real estate market at a much lower entry point than typical residential or commercial investments. Ground rents can be both dry and active investments, depending on the type of ground rent you buy and your appetite to actively manage […]