Shared Ownership in Cheshire

Shared Ownership in Cheshire

 

Cheshire is renowned for its quaint countryside villages, inimitable scenery and historical architecture. With Manchester and Liverpool just a short trip down the motorway and Chester on your doorstep, Cheshire is an enchanting county in the North West decorated in beguiling bridges, farmers markets as well as its fair share of fine dining restaurants and swanky cocktail bars.

 

Sage are proud to present brand new  2 & 3 bedroom Shared Ownership homes in Cheshire with contemporary interiors, spacious dining areas and landscaped gardens.

 

An Elegant Northern County 

 

Cheshire is located close to the Welsh border so you can expect endless views of picturesque meadows and farmland which makes this area so special. Often appearing across “most desirable” locations to live columns, even Londoners are swapping the cityscape for something a little more spacious in Cheshire. The Tudor gated mansions and impressive Georgian villas line the streets of Cheshire with leafy boulevards and pockets of woodland to amble through at sunset. 

 

Lying on the cusp of the Peak District, Cheshire features villages and enchanting nature trails with views that are simply spellbinding. From river walks to chapel spires at dusk, the breathtaking views of Alderley Edge to the bustling streets of historic Chester, there is something undeniably romantic about Cheshire. With Shared Ownership properties making living in this sought after location more affordable, you can make Cheshire your home at a fraction of the cost. 

How Shared Ownership can help

Shared Ownership is a ‘part buy, part rent’ way of owning your own home for a smaller upfront payment – making it easier for buyers to get on the property ladder.

 

So, what does ‘Shared Ownership’ mean? When buying a Shared Ownership home, initially you can buy anywhere between 25% and 75% of the home. You would take out a mortgage for the share you are buying, or in some cases you can be a cash buyer. On the outstanding percentage of the property that you don’t yet own, you pay a subsidised rent. The combined monthly mortgage and rent payments are often less than if you were to buy the home outright and can sometimes be less than if you were renting.

 

With Shared Ownership opening the property market up to first-time buyers, buying your home through shared ownership in Cheshire is a dream come true for anyone wanting to enjoy a spot of luxury.

 

What are the next steps?

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