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Leasehold scandal: Taylor Wimpey to remove ground rent doubling clauses after watchdog intervention

Leasehold scandal: Taylor Wimpey to remove ground rent doubling clauses after watchdog intervention

Which? explains why one of the UK's biggest housebuilders has agreed to remove ground rent doubling clauses from its leases and what it means for homeowners.

Leaseholders shouldn’t pay for cladding scandal, says Gove

Leaseholders shouldn’t pay for cladding scandal, says Gove

Housing Secretary Michael Gove has said homeowners in unsafe buildings shouldn’t have to pay to get them fixed.

‘I feel guilty because I encouraged her’: leaseholders’ parents on the cladding scandal

‘I feel guilty because I encouraged her’: leaseholders’ parents on the cladding scandal

We speak to three parents about their experiences supporting their children through the cladding crisis.

Cladding crisis: leaseholders targeted by property ‘sharks’

Cladding crisis: leaseholders targeted by property ‘sharks’

Leaseholders caught up in the building safety scandal face yet another risk from potentially untrustworthy cash buyers offering a way out.

Leasehold scandal: some homeowners to receive ground rent refunds and freehold discounts

Leasehold scandal: some homeowners to receive ground rent refunds and freehold discounts

Two leasehold firms will offer refunds and discounts to homeowners affected by escalating ground rents after a CMA investigation into the leasehold scandal.

Extra £3.5 billion announced to replace unsafe cladding – but some leaseholders will still pay

Extra £3.5 billion announced to replace unsafe cladding – but some leaseholders will still pay

The government has announced £3.5bn more funding to remove dangerous cladding from high-rises, but many leaseholders could still pay thousands for related costs.

Leasehold scandal: government pledges to make it cheaper to extend leases and cut ground rents

Leasehold scandal: government pledges to make it cheaper to extend leases and cut ground rents

Which? explains the government's new proposals to make it easier and cheaper for leaseholders to extend their lease or buy their freehold.

Competition watchdog launches action against developers over leasehold mis-selling

Competition watchdog launches action against developers over leasehold mis-selling

Which? explains the CMA's plans to launch enforcement action against four of the UK's largest housebuilders over potential mis-selling of leasehold homes.

Leasehold property sales could finally be banned: what would it mean for buyers and homeowners?

Leasehold property sales could finally be banned: what would it mean for buyers and homeowners?

Which? explains the ramifications of the Law Commission's report into leasehold housing, which recommends replacing leasehold with commonhold.

Competition watchdog to take action over mis-selling of leasehold houses

Competition watchdog to take action over mis-selling of leasehold houses

A new report by the Competition and Markets Authority reveals 'troubling evidence of potential mis-selling' of leasehold properties

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