Buy a home
If you are considering moving or getting onto the property ladder we offer a range of homes available for purchase.
Ways to buy
Shared ownership is an ideal way for first-time buyers to purchase a share in a new property. This type of ownership is ideal for those set up to pay mortgages but may have less money saved for their deposit.
We are committed to helping more people get on the property ladder, that’s why we also work with developers to build homes for outright sale. We have ambitious plans to build more homes like this in the near future, so watch this space.
Right to Buy
The Right to Buy and Right to Acquire are government schemes which allow most tenants of social landlords to purchase their property at a discounted price.
If this is something you are interested in please contact us, but first you might want to check if you are eligible.
Looking to rent instead?
Buying a house can be a huge commitment and you may feel that renting is a better option for you. Find out more about renting from us below.
What is shared ownership?
Am I eligible for shared ownership?
- Your household income is £80,000 a year or less
- You cannot afford all of the deposit and mortgage payments for a home that meets your needs
How much does it cost to buy a shared ownership property?
- A reservation fee of up to £300
- A home valuation
- Your deposit
- Any mortgage fees
- Your solicitor’s fees
- Stamp duty(where applicable)