- Modern fitted kitchen with built-in oven, hob & extractor
- Spacious living/dining space with French doors leading out to garden
- Master bedroom with en-suite
- Carpets & flooring provided throughout
<p>A selection of 2 bedroom homes available now to apply for.</p> <p>Victory Oak is an award winning development located between Ferndown and Ringwood, East Dorset. With an ideal location, and easy access to Bournemouth and Christchurch along the coast, these homes will be perfectly placed whether you are first time buyers, have a growing family or looking for a little more space to relax.</p> <p>Creatively set around open spaces and mature trees; there’s even a cricket pitch used by the local team. Most special of all, this is more than just your new home, with plans over the next fifty years to encourage all sorts of wildlife and rare plants back to Victory Oak, where they used to flourish before the land was built on and then abandoned. The endangered wildlife, flora and fauna will soon be back.</p>
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No local connection requirements
We partner with you to share the cost of buying your own home – you pay for the part you can afford and we’ll pay for the part that’s left. It’s an opportunity to buy the home that’s right for you without needing the large deposit or the mortgage that goes with it.
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- As long as you are over 18
- Your household income is less than £80,000
- And you don’t already own a home at the time of buying your shared ownership property
… then shared ownership could be right for you
Some properties may be bound by local connection restrictions in order to make them affordable for local customers. We'll let you know if there are any restrictions in place when you are searching for a property.
You buy a share in your home that’s right for you. That could be from 25% up to 75% initially. You’ll pay a reduced rent to us on the share we own and a monthly service charge.
As your finances allow, you can buy further shares in your home as and when you choose, meaning you’ll own more and pay less rent.
Typically, you’ll only need a deposit that is 5% of the value of your share, rather than of the total property value, meaning you could get moving sooner than you thought.
A deposit for a shared ownership home can start from just 5% of the share value you’re looking to buy. So for example:
If you’re looking to buy a home that has a 40% share value of £80,000, then your deposit could be as little as £4,000 - meaning you may be able to get on the property ladder sooner than first thought!
You can speak to our panel of financial advisors for more information around affordability.