A year on from our investigation into the leasehold scandal, Which? analyses the government's progress in reforming the leasehold market.
We explain a select committee report into the leasehold scandal, including recommendations to replace leasehold with commonhold and ban punitive ground rents.
Which? explains government proposals to cap ground rents on new leasehold properties at £10 a year.
Which? assesses a new report which claims leasehold house buyers were misinformed when purchasing their homes, and offers an update on government reforms.
Which? investigates the leasehold new-build homes scandal, where escalating ground rent clauses and punitive fees leave owners as 'tenants in their own homes'
As people continue fulfilling the promise of New Year’s resolutions, this year will see change for you that expands beyond the personal. In 2018, we will welcome three big alterations...
Which? explains the government's decision to overhaul the leasehold system for new-build buyers in England and explore redress for existing homeowners.
Labour MP Justin Madders has secured a second reading of a Bill that aims to introduce a compensation scheme for existing home owners with unfair leasehold terms. Madders said his...
Which? explains a new six-week government consultation into unfair practices by managing agents in the leasehold and private rented sectors.
As the government's consultation on leasehold new-build homes ends, Which? looks at what could be next for those affected by ground rent doubling clauses.