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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?
The Government has just announced funding of £62 million to help move people from hospital settings back into their local community.
Right2Home would like you to write to your MP to call for more to be done to move people with Learning Disabilities and Autism out of mental health hospitals and back into their community.
Remember that Learning Disability England has a range of FREE resources online to help keep you safe, busy and informed during 'lockdown'.