Help to Buy Houses in Manchester

Please note that the Help to Buy equity loan closed to new applicants on October 31st, 2022. There are still alternatives to Help to Buy in Manchester including Shared Ownership in Manchester, please look here for more information.

For first time buyers who believe that purchasing their own home is out of reach, Help to Buy homes in Manchester can help them take those vital first steps onto the property ladder. Shared Ownership homes in Manchester can also help potential purchasers put down roots in an area they love, and finally find a place to call their own.

If you want to keep up to date with Help to Buy and Shared Ownership homes in Manchester, all you have to do is sign up to Share to Buy and register to receive alerts. We’ll then automatically notify you when new properties become available.

This former textile powerhouse may have changed significantly over the years, but Manchester’s sense of community has never waned, even in its transformation from the industrial era into one of the best-known contributions to the world of art and culture. There are few places anywhere in the UK that can match the local pride of the city of Manchester.

Perhaps the most well-known legacy of Manchester’s impact can be found in its music. The city has produced the likes of Oasis, The Stone Roses, The Smiths, Happy Mondays, The Chemical Brothers, Take That and more. If you somehow weren’t familiar with the city, it wouldn’t take too long for the stunning architecture to clue you into the fact that this is a city with quite the creative spark.

Manchester’s cultural scene is as vibrant as ever, and you will never get bored here. Whether you’re looking to check out the best of the rising comedy scene at The Frog and Bucket, see the biggest bands and artists at the O2 Academy, enjoy world-renowned theatre production at Manchester Theatre House, catch a spot of jazz and Band On The Wall or wander around any number of the incredible landmarks that make Manchester such a historically fascinating city, you won’t be disappointed.

On the other end of the spectrum, Manchester is perfect to enjoy a lazy afternoon. Places such as Fletcher Moss Park and the Botanical Gardens allow you to simply watch the day go by, and this is just the tip of the iceberg. Manchester is so vast in the sheer scale and variety of things to see, do and experience, that we’ve barely scratched the surface of what’s