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Shared Ownership North Yorkshire

The Manse Collection
Shared ownership

The Manse Collection

new home

York Road, Knaresborough

2 - 3

1

Minimum deposit

£2,625

25% Share from

£52,500

Full price

£210,000

Wyvern Park
Shared ownership

Wyvern Park

new home

Skipton

2

1

Minimum deposit

£2,869

25% Share from

£57,375

Full price

£229,500

Wyvern Park - A2 (plot 24)
Shared ownership

Wyvern Park - A2 (plot 24)

new home

Skipton BD23 3BT, Skipton

2

1

Minimum deposit

TBD

10% Share from

£22,950

Full price

£229,500

Wyvern Park - A2 (plot 25)
Shared ownership

Wyvern Park - A2 (plot 25)

new home

Skipton BD23 3BT, Skipton

2

1

Minimum deposit

TBD

10% Share from

£23,000

Full price

£230,000

Copperfield Park
Shared ownership

Copperfield Park

new home

Marketing Suite, Middleton Tyas

2 - 3

1 - 2

Minimum deposit

£6,000

50% Share from

£120,000

Full price

£240,000

Oakland Park
Shared ownership

Oakland Park

new home

Masham

2 - 4

1

Minimum deposit

£3,720

30% Share from

£74,394

Full price

£247,980

Shared Ownership in North Yorkshire

Shared Ownership in North Yorkshire

Shared Ownership North Yorkshire

Finding your first home might seem like a daunting process, that’s why here at Keaze we aim to make your search for property available through shared ownership in North Yorkshire as effortless as possible.

The enormous benefit of Shared Ownership, which is also known as part-buy part-rent is that it's a hugely affordable way to enter the property market with a relatively low deposit. You will be eligible to buy a Shared Ownership home if your household income is £80,000 or less.

Part Buy Part Rent in North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire is the largest county in England, located in the northeast. The area is renowned for its natural beauty with the national parks of the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales, lying within its borders. The city of York has the largest population, closely followed by Middlesbrough, Harrogate, Scarborough and Northallerton. North Yorkshire has many hidden gems to explore, from ancient monuments and museums, castles and abbeys, to railways and theme parks. 

The area is well served by numerous motorway and trunk roads and has the bonus of regular services provided by the East Coast line, connecting Scarborough to London. York Railway station has the largest station and sits next to the famous National Railway Museum. For travel further afield, the nearby airports are Durham Tees Valley, Newcastle and Leeds Bradford.