Help to Buy Properties in South London
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 South-London including Shared Ownership in South-London, please look here for more information.
Many first-time buyers worry that the prospect of home ownership is beyond their reach. With Shared Ownership homes in South London though, that doesn’t have to be the case. They can help make that vital first step onto the property ladder more accessible, just as Help to Buy homes in South London provide wonderfully affordable options to buyers.
Do you want to stay up to date with the latest Shared Ownership and Help to Buy properties in South London? All you need to do is sign up with Share to Buy and register to receive alerts. These will notify you when relevant properties are added to your desired location.
There is no single part of London that we don’t consider to be interesting or exciting in one way or another; absolutely every part of this city is special. In South London alone, the amount of locations which are astonishingly beautiful and special places to live is absolutely dazzling.
Whether you decide to settle in Peckham, Crystal Palace, Clapham, Greenwich, or anywhere else that makes up this magnificent part of the capital, we think you will be amazed by the sheer number of treasures found in each borough.
So why is this area of the capital so appealing? South London has the ability to balance both the buzz of the capital and a peaceful side, which provides the best of both worlds to its lucky residents. People often imagine that living in the capital means having little access to gorgeous green spaces, however, South London offers plenty of sprawling natural settings for all to enjoy. There is Crystal Palace Park, the Thames Edge in Greenwich and the National Maritime Museum, just to name a few.
Alongside the vast nature that South London offers, you won’t have to compromise when it comes to being involved in art, culture and nightlife. Not only does this area of the capital hold more than its own in this regard – check out seven storeys of culture at Peckham Levels or head for cocktails at the numerous quirky bars dotted around – but it also boasts excellent transport links. So, if there is somewhere else you fancy visiting in the city, you shouldn’t be more than a short journey away.