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What is Shared Ownership?

Shared Ownership offers you the chance to buy a share of your home (between 25% and 75% of the home’s value), if you can’t quite afford the mortgage on 100% of a home. You then pay rent on the remaining share. Further down the line, you are able to buy a bigger share as and when you can afford to.

Should I take advantage of a Shared Ownership Scheme?

Shared ownership benefits those who wouldn’t otherwise be able to buy a home as they are unable to afford the cost of buying a whole house. While this is a great way to get onto the property ladder and buying your own home, it still requires careful consideration. Buying a home is still a considerable financial commitment, usually one of the biggest we make and, even though you don’t own all of your house, you’ll be responsible for it and the bills that come with it.

How do I buy a Shared Ownership home?

You buy Shared Ownership properties via the Small Developer: Help to Buy agent who is responsible for the scheme in the area where you are looking to live. You should contact the agent in the first instance for advice and help about this scheme. Our team of Mortgage & Protection Advisers are specialists experienced in such schemes, and are available 7 days a week ready to answer all your questions.

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First Homes

The Scottish Government will provide a maximum equity loan of £25,000

95% Mortgage Guarantee Scheme

Launched to help home buyers with a 5% deposit to get on the housing ladder.

Help to Buy

Helping you with up to 15% of the purchase price of a new home.