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Right to Buy

The 1980 Housing Act gave local authority tenants of two years the right to buy their council property at discounted prices. The scheme was introduced to give council tenants the chance to get on the property ladder.

The Right to Buy scheme is targeted at well established tenants, with the discount increasing in rough proportion to the years they have been paying rent. 

Why rent when you can buy your own home?
If you currently rent from a Local Authority you may find there is little difference between the monthly cost of buying your own home and the rent you currently pay.
Whether you have a good or bad credit history, a specialist advisor can help you secure the purchase of your home with a right to buy mortgage. 

CCJs, defaults, or rent arrears might not be problem as there are specialist lenders who can help you.

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You'll receive advice on the best deals for you. Quotations are FREE, so it costs you nothing to see what your options are.

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