Investors in property are focused on the rental stream, how secure it is and its potential for growth. This leads to the concept of the institutionally acceptable lease.
The speakers share their extensive practical experience of the traps and pitfalls that make a difference to your client investor, whether you are acting for seller or buyer.
This half-day course will cover:
Buying an income stream, FRI and the institutionally-acceptable lease
The concept of yields – calculating them, how they work
Workshop looking at lease issues from the point of view of the investor client, including AGAs, rent review provisions, tenant break options, alterations, user, guarantees, repair, insurance, service charges, forfeiture, 54 Act renewals
Issues on contract, including landlord's consent where the seller is itself a tenant
Leases that have been forfeited
TUPE (employment issues)
Issues when buying or selling at auction
Rights of residential tenants, including the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 (as amended)
This course is aimed at all property practitioners with a good basic knowledge of property law whose clients deal in investment property and who want to add value.