‘Staircasing’ is the name given to the process of buying a larger share of your property.

How does it work?

To try and simplify the process, we have a step by step guide below. If you have any further questions then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Step 1

Speak with your Housing Association and let them know you’re thinking of staircasing. In most cases they will tell you to contact an RICS accredited surveyor and book a valuation.

Step 2

Once you have selected your surveyor you can arrange a valuation. A surveyor will need to visit your property for an inspection. During the inspection we simply measure your floor area, take some necessary photographs and collate information to assist with the valuation.

Step 3

We then go away and value your property. This can take between 5-7 working days.

Step 4

You are sent your valuation via email as a PDF. You can simply forward this to your Housing Association and begin the process of Staircasing.

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We are hugely appreciative of the feedback we receive privately and via various widely accessible online platforms such as Google reviews and

“Used the service for straircasing of our property. Excellent service and reasonable pricing and professional staff. I would definitely recommend Copeland and Yussuf LLP.”

Elizabeth Abraham

“Used these guys to sell my shared ownership flat. Simple process, and a fair valuation I thought. I would recommend them to anyone looking for the same.”

Owen Gallagher

“We used this company for our staircasing and they were friendly, professional and very helpful when we ran into a few issues. Would recommend.”

Jake Bullit