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Freehold - A freehold property is where the property and the land it stands in is owned by the borrower.  It is the legal right to hold land/property as the absolute outright owner, free of payment or any other duty owed to another party. Generally when you purchase a house it is on a freehold property basis. You will not only own the house for sale but also the freehold land upon which it stands. When you purchase a flat it is generally on a leasehold basis which means you must pay a ground rent to the freeholder who owns the building and grants you a lease.

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