Shared Ownership Merseyside
Merseyside is a vibrant, metropolitian county in the North West of England bordered by Lancashire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester. It has a coast facing the Irish Sea, whilst North Wales is across the River Dee.
The City of Liverpool with its unique attractions, world class sport offerings, unrivalled musical heritage and famously warm welcomes offer an ideal destination to visit and explore, highlighting Liverpool's culture and heritage.
Liverpool City provides a unique shopping experience in the Liverpool ONE complex, which is served by three car parks. It is also furnished with numerous restaurants and bars to quench the thirst of the weariest of shoppers at the end of the day.
For those looking for more of a cultural experience, Liverpool's port is a vital part of England's maritime history, linking to the world famous Cunard Line as well as being the port of registry for the RMS Titanic! In looking at Liverpool's Waterfront and Albert Dock, many buildings have undergone much regeneration since Liverpool achieved 'Capital of Culture' status.
For travel, the Liverpool City Region is well-connected to the UK motorway network and to the Wirral Peninsula, via the Mersey Tunnel. Travelling to Liverpool by train has never been easier of faster, when it only takes just over two hours from Central London to the city on the state-of-the-art tilting Pendolino trains. By air, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is only nine miles from Liverpool’s city centre and offers over seventy inbound UK and European routes.
Part-Buy Part-Rent Merseyside
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 through shared ownership in Merseyside 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.