Selling your Shared Ownership property

Selling your

If you’re ready to move on and want to sell your Shared Ownership home, we’re here to help.

We’ll draft up sales details and advertise your home on our website. In most cases we have eight weeks to help you find a buyer for your home, this is called the nomination process.

If we haven’t found a buyer after this period, you’ll also be able to market your property – either yourself or through an estate agent. But don’t worry – we’ll continue to list and promote your home and we’ll support you every step of the way.

Once you’re ready to start the process you need to let us know. We’ll then arrange a valuation of the property by a RICS surveyor.

You’ll then need to take some photos of your home so we can add these to your property’s sales details.

Tips for taking great photos

There are some costs involved in selling your share which you need to consider:

  • Valuation fee
  • Nomination/Assignment fee (this will be specified in your lease)
  • Legal costs
  • Leasehold management information pack/LPE1