Shared Ownership Week returns this September

A first time buyer festival full of events, podcasts and real life stories

You may not associate the words ‘house-buying’ with ‘fun’, but Shared Ownership Week is here to bring the fun factor to buying your first home. Shared Ownership helps first time buyers get on the housing ladder without spending a fortune, enabling you to pay for a share of your home while renting the rest. If you want to get involved, this special week – celebrating all things Shared Ownership – simply can’t be missed.

Shared Ownership might seem like rocket science for a newbie, but this is the best place to get clued up. Let’s face it – house buying can get mundane and stressful at the best of times. Shared Ownership Week aims to take the pressure off your shoulders, while making learning fun! Crazy right?

Come for valuable insights on Shared Ownership and how you can pay for a home, stay for a festival themed line-up of events and special guests. Shared Ownership Week has something for everybody, whether you want to take part in a webinar, bury your head in a useful article, or speak to an expert. Want to get your head around alien concepts like staircasing and rent to buy? There will be time for that too!

It might not only be knowledge that you come away with. We are giving you the chance to win an exclusive giveaway with influencer @homewithkelsey, who will also be giving you tips on how to give your home a budget makeover. What more could you ask for?

If that isn’t enough for you, Shared Ownership Week will also be at the London Home Show on Saturday 18th September. Come and hear from us at the no.1 event for London’s first time buyers!

Taking place September 23rd – 29th, Shared Ownership Week is a golden opportunity to learn about how you can get on the housing ladder, in style. To find out more about what’s in store, sign up to our week of events at!

Share to Buy is a one stop shop for affordable homes. On our website, you can search for propertiescompare mortgages and find out all you need to know about alternative home buying schemes such as Shared Ownership and Help to Buy.