Search for shared ownership mortgages
Use this site to compare mortgages for shared ownership 'part buy part rent' schemes from across the market. We have huge experience of arranging shared ownership mortgages and access to exclusive and semi-exclusive products you will not find through other channels. If you find a product you like, there is no fee for submitting an agreement in principle application to see if you fit and this will be assessed by a member of our mortgage team – NO credit check will be undertaken at any point without your express consent.
You can only use this site to compare mortgage products for a shared ownership home purchase in England. For shared equity purchases, shared ownership remortgages (including staircasing), open market purchases (including our Britannia exclusive), all other mortgage/remortgage types and applications in the rest of the UK you must submit an agreement in principle application for individual assessment.
23rd May 2016
“There was no way I would have been able to afford a home without buying through the Shared Ownership scheme. Being in my early 20s, buying outright on my own would have been impossible and I found I was being priced out of London, even in places I could commute from. The scheme was the most reasonable and realistic option for me to get onto the housing ladder with the money I had available, and this meant that I was able to purchase a 50% share of my home.”
18th May 2016
One of the questions most often asked is ‘How much can I borrow for a mortgage?’ Our latest blog introduces the new Share to Buy Mortgage Affordability Calculator, a new tool to give you an indication of what is affordable for you to borrow.
28th April 2016
Our latest blog is a quick look at Shared Ownership - who it it for and how does it help?
19th April 2016
Our lastest Guest Blog comes from StrideUp and looks at the areas in London in which the prices are rising fastest.
"We all know house prices in London are high. There are many aspects to think about if you're aspiring to be a homeowner, not least of which is deciding where to buy. Obviously this is a decision largely based on personal circumstances, but if you want to make the most of your money, it doesn't hurt to also think about where property prices are rising."