This three-bedroom detached house is perfectly located under two miles from Haywards Heath train station. Inside the home there’s three bedrooms, one bathroom, a downstairs WC, dining room, lounge, and kitchen.
Shared Ownership is another way to buy your home. You buy a percentage and pay rent on the rest. We own just part of it – but you’re living there, you decorate it and decide when to sell.
Buying a percentage means a smaller deposit and a smaller mortgage. It’s a sooner first step on the ladder for lots of people.
Buying a share means you need a lower mortgage and deposit than purchasing a property outright. This makes it a cost-effective way to own your own home and ideal for first-time buyers. Shared Ownership usually works out less per month than renting privately, and you can enjoy the benefits of being a homeowner rather than a tenant.
Shared Ownership is another way to get started on the property ladder. You buy a percentage of a property and pay rent on the rest. We own part of it – but you’re living there, you can decorate it and decide when to sell. Buying a share may mean you need a lower mortgage and deposit than purchasing a property outright.
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