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Shared-ownership mortgages

Shared-ownership mortgages are particularly popular with first-time buyers. Melton Mortgage Solutions advisers will help you understand how much you can borrow, the deposit you need and the right type of mortgage for you.

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Shared-ownership mortgages are particularly popular with first-time buyers.

For many people, getting a large deposit can be difficult. A shared-ownership mortgage offers an alternative, as it typically requires only 5% of the share you’re buying.

Shared-ownership Q & As

So how does shared-ownership work?

Shared ownership is a great way to get onto the property ladder. It allows you to buy a share in a property and rent the rest, whether the property is a new build or one being sold by a housing association. You can normally buy between 25% and 75% of the property.

Where can I get a mortgage for shared-ownership?

You’ll need to take out a mortgage from a lender who specialises in this type of loan. You’ll pay for your share of the property’s purchase price but, in time, you may be able to buy a greater share to get you to full ownership.

Who can buy a shared-ownership property?

This depends on where you live in the UK. For England, you’ll usually need to be a first-time buyer with a combined household income below £80,000 outside London. Military personnel may also take priority.

What is staircasing?

When you can afford it, you’ll be able to buy more of the property and increase your investment. This is called ‘staircasing.’

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