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I haven't heard of changing a property from fee simple to leasehold, only the other way around. I'm sure it is possible, but not sure if it would be worth your time and effort to do so. Also if you were to make it a leasehold you would most likely want to make it more than 30 years so that the new buyer could get a mortgage to purchase your property. I believe that the lease has to run for at least 5 years past the maturity date on the note (ie 35 years for a 30 year fixed). [content removed by moderator for being self promotional]
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