Am I buying Leasehold or Freehold?

All homes purchased through Shared Ownership are leasehold, which means that you own the property, but the land upon which the property is built is owned by the freeholder. This gives you the right to occupy the property for as long as the lease is valid. Freehold, on the other hand, means that you own the property and the land upon which the property stands. In most cases, once you’ve purchased outright (a 100% share) we can make it a freehold for you.

Drop us a line

Want to know more?

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Join our conversation

Log in

Forgotten password?

Sign up, save time.

Create an Aster account for alerts on homes right for you. You can update and adjust your alerts and ‘favourites’ through your own account as you go and you’ll be the first to get information on homes when they become available.
It’s an ownership thing.

Sign up

You’re almost done.

To create your Aster account is easy. Fill out a few details below and we’ll do the rest like sending you an email or text message when homes that are right for you become available.

Thanks, your alert has been saved

You will receive email or SMS when new homes are launched that match your criteria. In the meantime, we're a sociable bunch, so hook up with us on social media where you'll get to hear more from us on your choice of channel. You'll love it.

Looking for a home to buy?