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31st December 2016
For those looking for Shared Ownership homes in the south of England, we've had more recent additions which may be of interest.
Click the following link to read on and see these new Shared Ownership houses and apartments which were added to our website in late December. Read on
Click here to begin your search for a shared ownership property in any area.
5th December 2016
While you are looking for a suitable property and going to viewings, there is one task that you can sensibly start, so that when you have been offered a property, your mortgage application is not delayed. All mortgage applications will require that you provide documents as part of the process so start getting your documentation ready.
7th November 2016
We've teamed up with WhatHouse? to bring you Your Guide to Shared Ownership. Inside you’ll find all you need to know about the scheme: whether you are eligible, the process of finding and purchasing a Shared Ownership property, the pros and cons of Shared Ownership and much, much more.
20th October 2016
Read our latest blog from our Mortgage Expert Stephen Dwelley. In this blog Stephen answers the frequenlty asked questions from first time buyers trying understand how much they can borrow for a mortgage and what is affordable.