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Leasehold Value 1Chris Parkin asked 1 year ago

I have a buy to let property which has 93 years left on the lease. I can extend the lease but at a cost. At what point in time does the leasehold value start to reduce with ‘only’ 93 years left?

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Leasehold Value 2Marc Attwater Staff answered 1 year ago

lenders tend to shy away if the lease is less then 60 years. if the mortgage is say for 25 years, it leaves a balance of 35 years at the end term of the mortgage. So the term of the mortgage does play a part too.

Various lenders tend t vary slightly as to their criteria.

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