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Shared Ownership Warwickshire

Beauchamp Park
Shared ownership

Beauchamp Park

Coming soon

new home

Gallows Hill, Warwick

3

2

Minimum deposit

TBD

TBD Share from

TBD

Full price

TBD

24 Turberville Place
Shared ownership

24 Turberville Place

Turberville Place, Warwick

2

2

Minimum deposit

£4,313

50% Share from

£86,250

Full price

£172,500

Houlton Meadows
Shared ownership

Houlton Meadows

new home

Crick Road, Hillmorton, Rugby

2 - 3

1

Minimum deposit

£3,150

35% Share from

£63,000

Full price

£180,000

90 Kings Meadow
Shared ownership

90 Kings Meadow

new home

78 Damson Way, Alcester

2

1

Minimum deposit

£5,175

45% Share from

£103,500

Full price

£230,000

Greendale Road
Shared ownership

Greendale Road

new home

Loweswater Cl, Nuneaton

2

1

Minimum deposit

£4,600

40% Share from

£92,000

Full price

£230,000

Ashlawn Rise
Shared ownership

Ashlawn Rise

Coming soon

new home

Rugby CV22 5QE, Rugby

2 - 3

1

Minimum deposit

£4,600

40% Share from

£92,000

Full price

£230,000

Shared Ownership in Warwickshire

Shared Ownership Warwickshire

Shared Ownership Warwickshire

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 home through shared ownership in Warwickshire if your household income is £80,000 or less. You can buy more of your home after you become the owner. This is known as ‘staircasing’.

The cost of your new share will depend on how much your home is worth when you want to buy the share.

Part Buy Part Rent Warwickshire

Warwickshire county is located in the heart of England and is home to ancient castles, historic market towns and popular shopping destinations. Warwick is the county town, although Nuneaton is the largest, and is home to the lovely market towns of Atherstone, Bedworth, Nuneaton and Rugby.

The county is ideally placed within the country as a whole, with the Great Chiltern Railway line providing access to London, whilst the Great Western Railway line links to Birmingham and the North West of England. The road arterial network provides great transport links to the surrounding areas, such as Birmingham's NEC, Birmingham International Airport and the Cotswolds. 

World wide travel couldn't be simpler, as Heathrow Airport can also be reached in under an hour and a half by road.