HomeShared Ownership

If you are thinking about buying your home through a shared ownership scheme run by either your local council or a housing association, then you need to find a mortgage lender who offers shared ownership mortgages.

It is possible to find shared ownership mortgages from specialist lenders that mean you can buy anything from 25% to 75% of the property at the outset, with the remainder owned by the council or housing association.

After your initial purchase, most shared ownership mortgages have the facility for you to gradually increase your share in the property as time goes by. Which means that, in the not-too-distant future, you can be the sole owner of your own home.

Whether you’re thinking about a Residential or Commercial mortgage, whether you’re First Time Buyer, or you want to explore your options for Equity Release, Shared Ownership or Buy to Let, we can talk you through the most suitable mortgage available to you and ensure that you fully understand and how it is set up. 

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