Believe house comes with vacant grounds (4)
I believe the answer is:
Here is my best explanation:
'believe' is the definition.
('hold' can be a synonym of 'believe')
'house comes with vacant grounds' is the wordplay.
'house' becomes 'ho' (abbreviation for house).
'comes with' is a charade indicator (letters next to each other).
'vacant' means to remove the middle letters.
'grounds' becomes 'land'.
'land' with its middle removed is 'ld'.
(Other definitions for hold that I've seen before include "See 12", "Have or possess", "Continue", "Clasp", "Keep; part of ship", "Nelson?", "Grasp; keep", "Grip", "Keep in one's grasp" and "Ship's cargo area".)