How to make the most of the Shared Ownership Affordable Housing Programme With The Shared Ownership Partnership

The Government’s target for 135,000 Shared Ownership Properties to be built in 2016-21 part funded with £4.7bn for England (average £30k per unit) grant represents a quantum leap in Shared Ownership as a tenure and for the first time a major opportunity for house builders.

Shared Ownership has been developed since the 1970s often as a small element of S 106 intermediate provision. The current stock is c 170,000 units with an average landlord share of c 60%, almost exclusively owned by Registered Providers (RPs) with little secondary trading of retained interests. Funding has been provided under RPs corporate facilities (as part of the total £65bn), although some SO specific institutional debt funding has recently been raised.

  • We can:
  • Provide training and advice on all aspects of Shared ownership
  • Bid for you
  • Carry out market research and scheme appraisal on-line
  • Provide a Sales and Marketing service
  • Give Funding Advice and access to institutional funders
  • Our Shared Ownership Legal and Mortgage Portal gives access to conveyancers mortgage advisers
  • Introduce you to Registered Providers and Consortia
Why us?

The Shared Ownership Partnership (tsop) is a specialist consultancy focusing on shared ownership and intermediate tenures. These relatively new tenures are now playing an increasingly important role in the provision of new homes, we can help new and existing providers with all aspects of the delivery, funding, sales, marketing, product development and management of intermediate homes. Our team have been at the leading edge of shared ownership and intermediate tenures for the last twenty years, offering an unrivalled level of expertise and experience.

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