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Now might be your best opportunity for you to own your home.

Do you currently live in a council owned home and would like to make it your own?  The government has changed the rules so you can now get a discount of up to £75,000 on the purchase price of your home. Why keep paying rent when you can buy your own home and turn it into an asset for you and your family, as well as giving you all the security home ownership brings. Contact us and we’ll guide you through the process.

How does the discount work?

Am I able to apply?

You can apply for Right to Buy if you’ve been a council or public sector tenant for five years (it doesn’t have to be five years in a row). You are a public sector tenant if you have lived in properties provided by a housing association, the armed services or a public body like an NHS trust.

What discount will I get?

You get a discount of 35% + 1% for every year you have been a council or public sector tenant. For example, if you have been a council or public sector tenant for 10 years you would get a discount of 45% (35% + 10% for the number of years you’ve been a council or public sector tenant).

You can’t buy through the scheme if:


The property isn’t your main home


The property isn’t self-contained (has a shared kitchen or bathroom)


There’s a court order saying you must leave your home


You’re an ‘undischarged bankrupt’


You’re being declared bankrupt


You owe money to creditors

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