Shared Ownership Devon

  • Meldon Fields

    Okehampton, EX20 1ET

    Situated overlooking open countryside on the edge of Okehampton, Meldon Fields is firmly at...

  • Greenspire

    Exeter, EX5 1FR

    Located in Clyst St Mary, Greenspire is a development of new homes ideal for first time buyers and families.

  • Cloakham Lawns

    Axminster, EX13 5HW

    Cloakham Lawns is in a great location on the edge of this charming Devon market town and approximately...

  • King's Reach

    Ottery St Mary, EX11 1FU

    This brand new development is situated in the eastern part of Devon, known to the locals as Ottery. This...

  • The Landings

    Barnstaple, EX31 4BN

    On the spectacular North Devon coast, this exciting new development is close to the vibrant village of...

  • Water's Edge

    Barnstaple, EX31 3BJ

    Water's Edge by Heylo Housing boasts great views over the surrounding countryside and is an ideal...

  • Sherford

    Plymouth, PL9 8AR

    Sherford is a new community in the heart of Devon occupying over 1,200 acres of farmland whilst retaining...

  • Culm Close

    Bideford, EX39 4AX

    This end of terraced, two bedroom house is an ideal opportunity for a first time buyer to get on to the...

Shared Ownership Devon


Part Buy Part Rent in Devon

Finding your first home might seem like a daunting process, that’s why here at Property Booking we aim to make your search for property as effortless as possible. 

Shared Ownership, sometimes known as part-buy, part-rent, is a Government-backed scheme which enables you to buy a share of a new property. The share you buy is usually between 25% and 75%. You then pay a low, subsidised rent on the remaining share you don’t own.

This means that the amounts you need for a deposit and for your mortgage repayments are significantly lower than if you were buying outright. You borrow only what you can afford to repay.

Read more about What is Shared Ownership?

 

Devon is a county in the South West of England, bounded by Somerset, Cornwall and Dorset, with Exeter as its county town. The landscape is made up of a mixture of terrains, from pretty seaside coastal resorts, fishing villages and ports, to the National Parks located in Dartmoor and Exmoor; there is plenty to keep the whole family occupied!

North Devon is primarily very rural with few major towns except  Barnstaple, Ilfracombe, Bideford and Great Torrington. However, these Atlantic- facing towns offer excellent surfing conditions, adored by surfers of all abilities, with the beaches at Croyde, Saunton, Westward-Ho and Woolacombe, being the main surfing areas. The South Devon landscape consists of rolling hills dotted with small towns, such as Dartmouth, Ivybridge, Kingsbridge, Salcombe and Totnes. It too has great seaside resorts, in the towns of Torquay and Paignton, offering family attractions and fun days out.

By contrast, in looking for a spot of retail therapy, the cities of Exeter and Plymouth offer good shopping experiences, through Exeters Park and Ride Service and  Drakes Circus. There are many bespoke shops to explore, along with bars and restaurants. For a historical perspective, the daily boat trips, reveal hidden naval boat yards and views over Plymouth Sound and beyond!

Travelling to this southern county couldn't be easier, with regular rail services running from Exeter, Plymouth and Newton Abbot to popular destinations such London, Birmingham and Bristol. For voyage via sea, ferries depart from Plymouth to popular destinations such as France and Spain, whilst Exeter International Airport provides flights to destinations include London City Airport, Manchester, Dublin, Paris and Amsterdam.