Fei Yu

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Tuesday 25th August 2015


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 3

Fei Yu

17:59 PM, 18th July 2016, About 6 years ago

Is registration of restrictions in deed of trust at Land Registry compulsory?

Hi Mark and Neil,

Many thanks for the answer.

The decision to not register is a joint decision agreed willingly by all parties including the one not on the title deed.

Would you like to recommend a solicitor who share similar opinion with you, ie adding restriction in deed of trust, but agreeing not registering at Land Registry. I have been asking around in London market and nearly all solicitor say that we must register without hearing the clients out.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Regards,

Fei

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Fei Yu

12:30 PM, 17th March 2016, About 6 years ago

I Am A Property Developer - Ask Me Anything!

Reply to the comment left by "Tony Atkins" at "17/03/2016 - 11:25":

Hi Tony,

Thanks for the long answer. After submitting my question, I have got in touch with several professionals as you have mentioned in the answer, such as architect, mortgage adviser and solicitor, etc. Like what you have said, seeking planning permission approval is the first thing to crack on.

We have done home extension work before, so are comfortable with all things involved. The flat sub-division is slightly outside my comfort zone. But after the research and seeing your answer, I have clearer picture about the whole process. Appreciated!

Regards,

F

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Fei Yu

13:31 PM, 8th March 2016, About 6 years ago

I Am A Property Developer - Ask Me Anything!

Hi Tony,

We have a town house in London Zone 2 area and we are thinking about splitting this into 2 flats (flat 1 – ground floor and first floor and flat 2 second floor and loft) to increase both rental income and valuation. The rear garden door is perfect for secondary entry.where

It sounds like a valid option, however we have no idea what is the first, second and third steps to validate and implement this. Potentially there are several people we have to make sure are happy, such as lender’s valuation before and after split, council (planning and building control), solicitors, utility companies, architect, etc. Could some one give us a steer on this topic?

Many thanks.

Regards,

Fei

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