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Real Estate: The benefits of overage agreements when buying and selling development land

Real Estate: The benefits of overage agreements when buying and selling development land

There are benefits for both landowner and developer when using overage agreements as part of buying and selling development land.  An overage agreement, sometimes referred to as an anti-embarrassment provision, allows a developer to minimise the initial outlay whilst providing for the landowner to share in uplift value sometime later.

In the webinar, we will cover the basics of what overage is, why we use it and some initial considerations depending on whether the overage is based on sales or obtaining a planning permission(s).

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