I am buying two adjoining cottages which have a shared archway that runs under the rooms above. So there is a flying freehold, which is fine for me as I will own both, but how do I protect myself during the purchase so that in the future I can sell the individually without problems?
‘I inherited a property from my father which has a flying freehold but I don't have very much documentation. I have been told that it is "unmortgageable" because of this but I want to investigate further. What documentation would I expect to have for a flying freehold? The property is in South Wales.
I was just wondering if details of a flying freehold have to be added in sales details when selling the property
I am interested in a property which has a garage below which has been sold. this has created a flying freehold, would it be possible to get a mortgage?