Landlords & Investors
Our long experience of advising commercial and residential landlords means we guide new and experienced clients through the complexities of managing their portfolio and help them to future proof their assets.
Real estate remains a very popular asset class for investors but the reasons for investment are varied. We have advised those whose investments are built on a desire for long term incomes, often as part of multi-generational planning, as well as those seeking a quicker capital gain.
We are also experienced in advising overseas investors, keen to seek capital preservation, but unfamiliar with the process in the UK.
No matter what your approach is, from experienced property professionals looking to capitalise by being in the right place at the right time, to entrepreneurs looking for opportunities surrounding a lack of supply in a specific market, to landlords seeking to manage their assets strategically, we make it our business to understand your investment strategies to ensure the business and commercial interests of your portfolio are protected.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer stood up today to present what he must be hoping was his “end of” or “almost end of” pandemic budget. It is clear that the state of public finances is not at all where Rishi Sunak would wish it to be – at least in normal times.Read more 3 min read 02 Mar 2021 Edward Allan promoted to Partner in Boodle Hatfield’s top ranked residential property team
Leading private wealth law firm Boodle Hatfield, has promoted Edward Allan to Partner in its top-ranked Residential Property Team.Read more 7 min read 24 Feb 2021 Government’s proposals for leasehold enfranchisement reform
For some time, those advising clients on leasehold property, and specifically in relation to potential enfranchisement claims have had to temper their advice due to the fact that the law is likely to be the subject of change.Read more 8 min read 22 Jan 2021 Guide to Collective Enfranchisement
Tenants of long leases of flats (granted for a term of over 21 years) have the right to acquire the freehold of the building, and any intermediate leasehold interests (on a collective basis).Read more