Shared Ownership Purchases
Opting for shared ownership of a residential property is becoming much more of a viable option for people who are struggling to afford to buy their own home.
Shared ownership or shared equity schemes are usually run by housing associations or registered social landlords.
Shared ownership means to buy a share of a residential property (between 25% and 75% of the home’s total value) and then paying rent on the remaining share.
Our specialist residential conveyancing solicitors have a vast amount of experience in dealing with the complexities of shared ownership / shared equity schemes and are able to advise you fully on your eligibility and the implications of choosing this method to get you on the property ladder.
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