Find out the latest about shared ownership and how to prepare for new rules and responsibilities.
Shared ownership isn’t simple. It can be a complex and confusing tenure for residents to understand, and a challenging service for housing providers to deliver. And it is not getting any easier.
With new rules and responsibilities coming into force, this workshop takes a practical look at the implications and how you can deliver the best service for residents and the organisation.
Find out about the major changes proposed to the Shared Ownership model – what units they apply to, their likely impact and what you need to do to prepare, including:
- Reducing the minimum initial share that can be purchased from 25% to 10%
- The introduction of the option of staircasing in 1% increments for the first 15 years; larger shares can still be purchased with the minimum reducing from 10% to 5%
- The introduction of a 10-year period during which the costs of some maintenance or repairs will be met by the landlord rather than the shared owner, along with the introduction of an annual £500 repairs allowance for shared owners that can be used to pay for some repairs
- The option for the shared owner to end the nomination period at the four-week point if they wish to pursue a sale on the open market rather than the previous eight week period.
Chaired by HQN Associate Helen Muir, we’ve a range of speakers covering all aspects of shared ownership – from the customer perspective to funding and technology – to explore what the future holds.
Sessions will include:
- The future of shared ownership – policy and practice
- Overcoming the challenges, making the most of the opportunities of the new model
- Letting the technology take the strain – practical solutions to dealing with the staircasing admin
- Looking at the data – who’s interested in the tenure?
- Making it all stack up financially
- The different perspectives:
- A lender’s perspective on the future of the tenure
- A customer’s viewpoint.
There’ll be plenty of time to debate and discuss the topics that matter to you.
This event is essential for:
- Chief executives, directors and board members
- Home ownership, leasehold and development teams
- Finance, audit and risk teams
- Sales and marketing teams.
- Chair: Helen Muir, HQN Associate
- Sue Phillips, Founder, Shared Ownership Resources
- Amy Nettleton, Assistant Director of Sales, Aster Group
- Lee Stone, Associate, Birketts
- Derek Long, arc4
- Kelly McCabe, TMP The Mortgage People
- DLUHC (Invited).
Price and booking
* Please note that all prices are subject to standard VAT. Byte Size members do not qualify for member discounts. Please call 01904 557150 for more information.
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