Affordable home options and developments

We work with housing associations which develop affordable home ownership schemes.

These schemes are designed to help people who are unable to afford to buy their own home or rent a good quality home on the open market.

Homes in Bexley and across London are advertised on Homes for Londoners. Register your details on the websites to search for properties and more information about eligibility and your options.

Shared Ownership

With shared ownership schemes, you buy a share of a property and pay rent on the remainder. Later, if your financial circumstances allow, further shares can be bought until finally, you own the property outright.

London Help to Buy

The London Help to Buy scheme allows you to buy a new home in London with the help of a Government equity loan. The loan will be up to 40% of the cost of the property and is interest-free for the first five years. You will need a minimum 5% deposit and a 55% mortgage to make up the rest. Further details can be found at Homes for Londoners and Help to Buy.

Own your home

A new website Own your home has been launched to allow prospective homeowners to find out what government home ownership schemes would be suitable for them.

London Home Show 2018

The London Home Show Autumn 2018 is London’s No.1 first-time buyer event and will serve as a great way to get all the latest information on the affordable home ownership market. It is free to attend and takes place at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Westminster on Saturday 22 September. More information is available on The London Home Show.

The Quarry, Erith

L&Q are developing a number of two and three bedroom houses for shared ownership at The Quarry in Erith.

Erith Park, Erith

Orbit South Housing Association are developing a substantial number of one and two bedroom apartments at Erith Park for shared ownership.

Brampton Road / Glynde Road, Bexleyheath

Hexagon Housing Association is developing a number of one, two and three bedroom flats for shared ownership. Further details can be found on Homes for Londoners or by contacting Hexagon Housing Association.