Houses For Sale South East London

Exceptional Houses For Sale South East London

South East London contains 5 different boroughs; these are Southwark, Lewisham, Greenwich, Bexley, and Bromley. If you choose to purchase one of the houses for sale south east London then there is plenty to do nearby such as the museum of London docklands, the imperial war museum, valence house and Crystal Palace Park, as well as all the shopping centres and fantastic places to eat. There are some great houses for sale South East London including stunning 5 bedroom houses and your more traditional 3 bedroom family homes. A lot of the houses for sale south east London, have  a more modern, contemporary look to them as they have been recently built and are waiting for the right people to come and purchase them. As well as being able to purchase stunning houses for sale south east London, there are also some fantastic penthouses and apartments with gorgeous views spreading across London. A few of the bigger homes, have land to go with them or big gardens, these are ideal for families or those who enjoy the outdoors and countryside, as they can enjoy the fantastic view and spend some time enjoying outside.…

shared ownership greenwich

Why Not Try Shared Ownership Greenwich?

Shared ownership Greenwich means that you will own a share of the property in Greenwich and then pay rent for the remaining share of the property, which you don’t own, however you can purchase more shares in the future allowing you to own it. It is a government scheme that helps people to get onto the property ladder. Most of the homes will be newly built although some are being resold by housing associations. These properties are usually leasehold. You can buy more shares in your home any time once you’ve become the owner of your home. It’s a way to buy a share in a home now so you know you already own part of it and the option of buying more in the future.…

UK housing market: what to expect in 2017

There have been two significant influences on the housing market in 2016: stamp duty and the EU referendum result.

Stamp duty changes introduced two years ago had already started to have an impact at the top of the market, where the upfront cost of buying a home had increased substantially. Another change, the introduction of a higher rate of duty on second homes, was introduced in April.

From the beginning of the year, the Brexit poll had triggered uncertainty in the market and the shock result ensured that the feeling will linger into 2017. Here is a round-up of the state of the British property market in 2016 and where it could be heading in 2017.…

Shared Ownership

Family Homes Shared Ownership in Essex

Shared ownership is a government scheme which helps individuals, mostly first-time buyers to get onto the property ladder. Shared ownership Essex means that you can purchase a share of a property, and then rent the remaining share as you can’t afford to purchase it all at once. You will have the option of purchasing more shares into the property at a later date once everything has been sorted and you have settled into your new home. To be eligible for shared ownership with Moat Homes you will need to at least 18 years of age, and not able to purchase a property which is suitable to your needs on the open market and plus you will need to be a first time buyer or already be a shared owner, however there are some other circumstances which will be accepted depending on your current situation. Also, your household income must be under £80,000, although if you live in the London borough it will need to be less than £90,000. Moat Homes is a fantastic association which currently has a fantastic team of over 300 members of hard working, dedicated staff and the provide high quality provides homes in different communities throughout the South East of England.…