Why is Shared Ownership So Appealing?

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Like any other investment, shared ownership has quotas and restriction on the individuals that can apply for the opportunity. You can buy a home through shared ownership if: your household earns £60,000 a year or less (or £71,000 a year or less in London for a 1 or 2 bedroom property, or £85,000 a year or less in London for a 3 or more bedroom property) you’re a first-time buyer (or you used to own a home, but can’t afford to buy one now) you rent a council or housing association property Sourced from: https://www.gov.uk/affordable-home-ownership-schemes You can sell your shared ownership property at any time, but the housing association has the right to try to find a buyer before you put it on the open market.

Why Consider an Open House?

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The use of an open house is a traditional real estate marketing tactic that showed significant results. However, in the internet age, many people agree that the open house has become obsolete compared to the new platforms introduced by the internet.

These two little words are known for striking fear into the hearts of many and enthusiasm in the minds of several others.