With rising house prices and generation that feels disillusioned with the prospect of buying, Shared Ownership is more relevant than ever.
It’s another option.
If buying on the open market feels impossible and you’ve had enough of renting, Shared Ownership is another avenue for buying your own home.
The deposit’s smaller.
Because you’re only buying a share of the home, the deposit is naturally a lot smaller.
It’s an investment.
It’s a way of putting your money into property, even if you can’t afford to buy on the open market.
Shared Ownership homes don’t have a lot of the same restrictions as renting. You can decorate it, sometimes stay for at least 125 years, buy more shares when you want and sell when you want.