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    Anstey Road

    Ref: RS247319
    • Apartment
    • 2
    • 1
    Key features:
    • Third-floor apartment
    • Two bedrooms
    • Allocated parking
    • uPVC double glazing and gas central heating

    Shared Ownership in Farnham

    The property has a kitchen, a lounge/diner, two bedrooms, and a bathroom. It also has allocated parking, uPVC double glazing, and gas central heating. The apartment occupies the entire top floor and has its own entrance hall.

    The property is close to Farnham town centre and Brightwells Yard complex. Farnham train station is within walking distance, providing direct commuter access to London and Guildford. Farnham park and primary and secondary schools are nearby.

    Living in Farnham

    Leaving your front door, you’re welcomed by the charming Farnham, Surrey. The town’s rich history is seen in its impressive buildings. To your left is Farnham Castle, a stronghold with many stories to tell. Its well-kept keep offers views across Surrey’s green lands.

    Walking through the town centre, you see Georgian houses with red-bricked facades shining in the sun. You can visit the boutiques offering unique items that make Farnham special.

    The smell of coffee leads you to cosy cafes. Enjoy the morning with a flat white and croissant from bakeries.

    Farnham’s cultural scene is lively. Your weekends may include visits to The Maltings – a place for arts, craft and design. Gostrey Meadow is a peaceful spot for summer concerts under blue skies.

    Evenings can be spent by the River Wey or in Farnham Park. The British scenery features greenery with daisies and buttercups in spring.

    Living in Farnham is like being part of a community blending tradition with modernity seamlessly.

    £102,000 40% share
    Est. monthly costs £976.99*
    • Monthly rent £350.63
    • Mortgage £626.37
    • *Est. monthly costs: Including Mortgage calculated using a representative rate of 5.5%, Rent and required Service Charge. These values are to be used for research purposes only.

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      What is Shared Ownership?

      Learn more about how the Shared Ownership scheme works

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      What is Shared Ownership?
      Shared Ownership is a way to buy your home if you otherwise couldn't afford to on the open market. You buy a share percentage of the home, which is usually 25-75%, pay a subsidised rent on the remaining share and pay a service charge. It's an ideal scheme for first-time buyers looking for a more affordable housing option to get on the property ladder. Click 'read more' to find out more about Shared Ownership.
      Am I eligible for Shared Ownership?
      To qualify for Shared Ownership, individuals must be over 18 years old and residents in the UK. There is a household income threshold. You must have a household income threshold of less than £80,000, but this increases to £90,000 if you buy a home in London.
      Can I buy more shares?
      Yes, you can buy more shares at a later date after you purchase your home. This is known as 'staircasing' and the amount your increase will depend on how much you can afford. Buying more shares will reduce future rent payments. Eventually you could own 100% of your home.
      How much deposit do I need?
      This depends on the full market value of the property and the size of the share you are purchasing, your mortgage lender and your credit rating. The benefit of Shared Ownership is that the deposit required will be significantly lower than if you were purchasing the property outright because you only need a deposit on the share you are buying. You should expect to have at least 5% deposit saved. Your mortgage advisor will tell you the exact amount of deposit you need. You can contact one of our panel of mortgage brokers to get a Mortgage in Principle.