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Shared ownership

Enables new buyers to purchase a share in a property (25% to 75%) while paying rent on the remainder to a housing association. Available if your household income is lower than £80,000 (£90,000 London), with the option to increase the share further along the line.
Freehold or Leasehold

The type of arrangement allowing you to live in your property. Either freehold, where you own the property and the land it stands on outright, or leasehold, where the freehold is owned by a third party and you lease it from them for a set number of years. The latter means you will have to pay ground rent to the freeholder as well as annual service charges for the upkeep.
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Right to buy

Available to council tenants, entitling you to buy the home you rent at a discount, provided it is your main home, self-contained, you are a secure tenant and have had a public sector landlord for at least 3 years.
Help to buy

Government-backed schemes offering help to first time buyers in purchasing a property. Includes the Help to Buy: ISA and Help to Buy: Equity Loan and available for properties up to £600,000 and £250,000 (£450,000 London) respectively.

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Buying

Will you be using any of the following schemes?
The Government discount (relief) only applies to first time buyers (you and anyone else you are buying with)
Sale

Freehold or Leasehold

Leasehold: Method of owning property (usually a flat) for a fixed term but not the land on which it stands. Possession of the property will be subject to the payment of an annual ground rent. When the lease expires, ownership of the property reverts back to the freeholder.

Freehold: Outright ownership of the property and land on which it stands. A freehold estate in land (as opposed to a leasehold) is where the owner of the land has no time limit to his period of ownership.
Remortgage

Freehold or Leasehold

Leasehold: Method of owning property (usually a flat) for a fixed term but not the land on which it stands. Possession of the property will be subject to the payment of an annual ground rent. When the lease expires, ownership of the property reverts back to the freeholder.

Freehold: Outright ownership of the property and land on which it stands. A freehold estate in land (as opposed to a leasehold) is where the owner of the land has no time limit to his period of ownership.