Shared Ownership Hampshire
With an iconic coastline and nestled between national parks and outstanding natural beauty, Hampshire is a diverse county that is envied by many. From the thatched cottages of the rural villages to the seaside towns and quiet harbours along the coast, this South England region is an enchanting spot to settle down - from families and couples to young professionals and downsizers alike.
Although Hampshire is an area that is desired by many, unfortunately current house prices mean that many buyers are unable to get onto the property ladder, meaning that home ownership is often a distant dream. Shared ownership in Hampshire offers a fantastic opportunity for those who are looking to take that first step, enabling you to own your own home at a fraction of the price.
From Culture to Countryside
Whether you’re the kind to do yoga on the beach at 6am, take an after-work walk in the country, or pop to the pub on a Thursday night for some hearty food, Hampshire will tick all your boxes.
In Hampshire, there is a wide range of picturesque villages to explore, from the stunning Milford-on-Sea and its breathtaking views of the Isle of Wight to the more inland village of Chawton, birthplace of none other than Jane Austen. The area is renowned for its quaint countryside charm and natural features.
You'll also find an abundance of nature reserves and woodlands to explore, along with historical museums. Whatever your interests, a move to Hampshire promises tranquility and peace of mind with a charming touch of culture and history.
With medieval castles peppering the coastline and Roman ruins decorating the peaks and troughs of the vast green landscape of Harting Down, the area is not only picturesque but fascinating too. Inspiring everyone from Henry VIII to Jane Austen, Hampshire is a location that will steal your heart and capture your imagination.
Retail Therapy & City Connections
Farnborough offers a direct train from Hampshire to Waterloo in just 38 minutes - a comfortable commute for those needing to take a trip to the office from time to time. And there’s plenty around for those staying local - with Princes Mead Shopping Centre as well as Blackwater Retail Park well within reach, a spot of retail therapy won’t go a miss here in Hampshire’s North Easterly corner.
While being on the cusp of some bewitching wonderland and dreamy nature trails, while still offering those modern amenities, a home in Farnborough is idyllic whether you’re a young couple, busy bustling family or commuting into the capital.
Get Onto The Property Ladder With Shared Ownership At Southwood Mews
If Hampshire’s endearing harbours entice you, or its endless walks among the South Downs spark your interest, a move to Southwood Mews is a great place to start. Coming soon to Farnborough, this development offers a variety of beautiful shared ownership homes suitable for commuters, couples and families alike.
Southwood Mews boasts views of the picturesque 80-acre Southwood Woodland, offering you a chance to surround yourself in nature. With a remarkable collection of 2 and 3 bedroom homes on offer here, and with Farnborough Train Station just 9 minutes away, this shared ownership home offers convenience and flexibility.
With plenty of schools in the area, an abundance of activities to get up to at the weekend, Southwood Mews is the perfect family spot to settle down amid some stunning countryside views in your dream home.
How Does Shared Ownership Work?
Shared ownership enables you to purchase a share in a property - usually between 25% and 75% - with the remaining share owned by a housing association. You will then pay rent on the portion that you don't own. This enables you to purchase a house that would otherwise be unaffordable, taking your first step on the property ladder.
Who Is Shared Ownership For?
Shared ownership is aimed at first-time buyers who are unable to afford a mortgage on a property outright. It is also suitable for those looking to downsize but remain in ownership of their home.
Can I Buy Additional Shares In My Shared Ownership Property?
Yes, you can purchase additional shares in your property through a process known as 'staircasing'. This enables you to eventually own your home outright.
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If you're interested in finding out more about shared ownership in Hampshire and the fantastic properties that we have available at Southwood Mews, please get in touch. Our team would be happy to help answer any questions that you may have.Search Hampshire