Thinking of Selling
As with any property, you may decide to sell your shares in the property. With Shared Ownership sales you are normally required to have an RICS accredited surveyor value your property and you are then able to sell the property at that value via the shared ownership network.
We recommend you get in touch with your Housing Association first and let them know you intend to sell. In most cases they will advise you to get a valuation of your property from an RICS accredited surveyor.
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.
We then go away and value your property. This can take between 5-7 working days.
You are sent your valuation via email as a PDF. You can simply forward this to your Housing Association and begin the process of selling.
In most cases you are required to list your property on your Housing Association’s shared ownership network at the value set by your surveyor. Should the property not sell at this price on the shared ownership network, then you are normally permitted to list the property with an estate agent on the open market.
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