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Poll: Do you need more shared equity and shared ownership options to support client demand?

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 16/05/2017
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Barratt Homes said last week that the prospect of the withdrawal of the Help to Buy shared equity scheme in 2021 was already affecting national housebuilders.

The nation’s biggest housebuilder argued that shared equity in one form or another had become “fundamental” to the housing market and that removing it needed to be done very carefully to ensure the market remained sustainable.

In an economic climate where many people are priced out of the housing market, shared equity and shared ownership schemes are often the only way the dream of homeownership can become a reality.

 

Do you need more shared equity and shared ownership options to meet client demand?

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