Government forcing landlords to house non-paying tenants for lengthy periods11:18 AM, 15th September 2020
About 7 days ago 39
I am looking at (cash sale at auction) a terraced property converted into flats with a ‘flying freehold’.
The first and second floor bathroom overhangs on next door. Owned by housing association and which they converted with a shared garden (no division wall in the rear garden between the two properties). They are selling one of the properties.
My question is…where do I stand legally re any problems with maintenance with the next-door owner etc.
Can you get a mortgage?
Should I have my solicitor draw up an insurance agreement?
I would be grateful for any guidance before I sign on the dotted line.
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