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Right to Buy

If you were a secure tenant of your property on 30th October 2006 you will most likely qualify for the Preserved Right to Buy. This means you may be able to buy your home.

Right to Buy enables customers to purchase their home at a discounted rate. We’ve provided some useful information on applying, leasehold or freehold and your responsibilities if you decide to become a homeowner. Please note, visit our Right to Acquire section of the website, if you’re tenancy began after the date stated above – you may eligible for the Government’s Right to Acquire scheme.

 

What does it mean to be a homeowner?

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If your planning on using your Right to Buy, you will need to understand the responsibilities of becoming a homeowner.

What does it mean to be a homeowner?

Apply today for your Right to Buy

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You can find out more information or apply for your Right to Buy today.

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Leasehold or Freehold?

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Depending on your home you will be able to purchase the leasehold or freehold on your property. We’ve provided more information here.

Leasehold or Freehold?

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