What does 'Lease Value' mean when buying a property?

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Lease Value

Lease values refer to leasehold properties.

The "value of the lease" could have two meanings:

  1. The value of the property. As an example an apartment that has 100 years left on the lease and has just sold for £150,000 can be said to have a lease value of £150,000.
  2. The value of the lease if it were extended so the same property above, with a 120 year lease may sell for £160,000. In this case the value of the lease extension is £10,000 and the Lease Value would be £160,000.

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