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Q - Can you visit us to do a presentation?
Q - Can we get a mortgage to extend our property so that our son/daughter can continue to live with us?
Q - How long will the process take?
Q - I live in Scotland/Ireland. Can you help me get a mortgage?
Q - I have four children, one of them has a disability, can you re-house us all?
Q - I'm an appointee for the applicant. Can I sign the paperwork for the house purchase/mortgage application for the applicant or do we need to “appoint a deputy” via the Court of Protection/Guardianship office?
Q - I've approached a Housing Association and they've turned down my application for shared ownership because I don't have a job/earnings, can you help?
Q - The house I live in is fine except I want to own my own property (for better security). Can shared ownership work for me?
Q - I'm renting my property from a private landlord/local authority can you organise a mortgage for me to buy this property?
Q - Is there a way to transform my current home into a shared ownership property?
Q - Can this work for people with high support needs?
Q - What are the interest rates for the mortgages?
Q - What is the maximum mortgage allowed?
Q - What benefits do I need to be on to qualify for the scheme?
Q - Does the applicant need to be able to understand all of the details around home ownership/mortgages?
Q - How do I apply to the Court of Protection and how long will the process takes?
Where I Want To Live have launched a brand new Toolkit to help people with learning disabilities make choices about their lives.
Manchester Metropolitan University has just published a report called 'Living in the Place We Call Home'.
Learning Disability Today has just published a great article about a range of housing related resources collated by the Local Government Association (LGA).