Shared Ownership Week 2020

Shared Ownership 2020 has now ended but if you’ve missed any of our great content, you can find video recordings of our webinars and links to some of the supplements covering the week by visiting the line-up page!

An event to remember

2020 may have been a year to forget, but Shared Ownership Week 2020 was an event to remember. With insightful talks, webinars and online resources, there was plenty on offer for wannabe home buyers.

For any niggling questions about home buying, Shared Ownership Week 2020 was the place to set the record straight. Visitors heard from celebrity guests, home buying experts and people who used Shared Ownership to get on the housing ladder. They left with a wealth of knowledge and confidence to start their housing journey.

Shared Ownership Week 2020
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Don't just take our word for it – Shared Ownership is currently having a bit of a moment in the home-buying industry. Find out who is shouting about the benefits of Shared Ownership below!

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Shared Ownership Week 2020
news & articles

Learn more about share ownership and it's impact on people and the industry by reading some of our real-life stories or latest news articles.

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Shared Ownership Providers

Some of the biggest names in first time buying currently offer Shared Ownership properties. Click through the names below to find out more!

Real stories from
Shared Ownership buyers

Discover real life stories of how people have fast-tracked the games and got two feet on the property ladder.

From communal living to a place of her own – Newlon

Queensland Road, a landmark multi-storey development on a former industrial site adjacent to the Emirates Stadium, was the last part of Newlon Housing Trust’s housing to be completed as part of the Arsenal Regeneration Area – one of the largest regeneration projects in Europe. One of the residents living there shares her story. Natalie, who

A new home in Redbridge with Newlon

Napier Apartments is one of Newlon’s most recent developments. Built in conjunction with Rooff, it is located just a couple of minutes’ walk from Goodmayes station. One of the residents there shares her experience. Holly, who works as a scientist for the NHS, has lived in London for 13 years. She was renting with friends

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