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Charities and community groups are increasingly choosing to take on asset transfers from local authorities as a means of acquiring property. However, without proper management, any property is at risk of becoming a liability, with unforeseen costs and unexpected problems putting strain on organisations that are often already overworked.
This training is designed to give a jargon-free, accessible introduction and overview of how to make asset transfers a success. It will look to uncover some of the issues involved and give real-life examples of successes and failures to enable those attending to better understand the opportunities open to them.
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