Shared Ownership in Essex

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 for shared ownership in Essex as effortless as possible.

Part-buy Part-rent

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.

We showcase a large variety of properties available for shared ownership in Essex, including properties for sale in the boroughs of Benfleet, Brentwood, Buckhurst Hill, Dunmow, Grays, Harlow, Harwich, Maldon, Newport, Saffron Walden, Shoeburyness, Southend-on-Sea, Stanford Le Hope and Wickford. With all this variety you are sure to find something to your taste.

Commuter links to London

One of the great things about living in Essex is that our amazing capital is right on the doorstep. The county is served by an outstanding rail network and local bus routes. It has accessible travel options from all over the UK and Europe, and is well served by major roads including the M25 and M11. The A12 has a number of key roads that connect you to a variety of towns in Essex including Colchester, Chelmsford and Brentwood. 

The main-line rail links provide fast and frequent services into Central London, getting you from Newport to London Liverpool Street in a little over and hour. The Stansted Express, which is the quickest route between Stansted Airport and Central London takes around 47 minutes, perfect for professionals working in London. In addition the county is also home to the local airports of Stansted and Southend.

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