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Shared Ownership

You can read other stories about the the life-changing impact of shared ownership in our new report, 'Space to live'

You can read stories
about the life-changing
impact of shared ownership
in
our new report,
'Space to live'

Have you ever dreamed of owning your own home?

Shared Ownership gives you choice and control over where you live.  Over the last 12 years we’ve helped more than 600 people to become a Shared Owner. And now, in 2014, we’re in a position to help even more.

We started our shared ownership programme to help more people with learning disabilities to buy a place to live.

These days we offer Shared Ownership to people with long-term disabilities or mental health issues as well.

We were one of the first organisations in the UK to do this, and are now the acknowledged experts in the field.

Here's what a family member said about our Shared Ownership programme:

"On Monday of this week my son opened the door of his own home, the small two-bed house he’d chosen. Whoever gave birth to the [Shared Ownership] scheme has allowed my son to leave the confines of his bedroom and has allowed me my life back too. I can’t thank them enough."

To find out more, please get in touch with us by filling in our online form below or calling 0333 012 4307. Please note: you must have a long-term disability to apply. 

Shared Ownership Enquiry





Do you or the person you are applying on behalf of have a long term disability?
 
 

Are you over 18?
 
 

Are you on one or more of the following benefits - Income support, ESA, Incapacity Benefit or Universal Credit?
 
 

Are you in receipt of DLA/PIP?
 
 

Do you have access to approx £15,000.00 (£10,000.00 for deposit plus legal fees etc) to go forward with this scheme? This should be available funds and not an additional loan as the scheme requires a mortgage.
 
 

Are you registered with the Local Authority and the Help to Buy Agent? This is a requirement for the scheme but not essential at the point of application.
 
 


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