Shared ownership our popular part rent, part buy scheme

We have fantastic new homes for you to part rent, part buy in neighbourhoods right across the east coast of Lincolnshire.

So if you're struggling to get a deposit together, you're living at home with mum and dad and just don't want to be, then we have perfect homes to help you take that first step on the property ladder.

Shared ownership allows you to buy a share of a property and pay rent on the remaining share which you do not own. Over time, if you wish, you can buy more shares so that eventually you own your home in full. To apply you must be in housing need and unable to buy a home outright.

If you feel shared ownership could be right for you take a look at some of our currently available homes. Occasionally a shared ownership property also becomes available for resale.

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Who can buy these properties?

To be eligible you must:

  • be at least 18 years of age
  • be living in the UK
  • be in housing need
  • be able to afford a share of a property without hardship
  • meet the required occupancy level for the property to avoid over- or under-occupation
  • not currently own another property (unless your current property is owned on shared ownership terms and you are looking to move to another shared ownership property)
  • be unable to buy a suitable property outright on the open market
  • have some savings to put towards the deposit and purchasing expenses
  • be able to satisfactorily demonstrate your ability to afford the total monthly outgoings of rent, mortgage and service charges required under shared ownership.

Other criteria may apply dependent on property type.

If you are interested in properties in North East Lincolnshire you must also register with Help to Buy NEYH, the government’s home buy agent for North East Yorkshire and Humber.

If you are interested in properties in Lincolnshire please also apply to the Help to Buy Agent covering Lincolnshire Help to Buy Midlands.

Help to Buy NEYH will assess your application and recommend to us whether or not we accept your application.

Priority will be given to:

  • Serving military personnel and those discharged honourably in the last two years

Where there is more than one application for a property, priority will be given to:

  • Existing public sector tenants
  • Those accepted by North East Lincolnshire Council into Band 3 of the housing register or above
  • Other first time buyers and HOLD scheme applicants

Apply online for the shared ownership scheme - you will be taken to a new web page for this form. You can register and save your form progress if you prefer, then simply log in again and carry on with your application.


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