How you go about selling your Charlton Triangle Homes property will depend on whether you bought through the such as through right-to-buy, right-to acquire or voluntary purchase grant.
- Selling your home if you live in a block of flats
Some residents/buyers may experience issues securing mortgages for homes which are in blocks of flats as a result of changes in building safety advice. Please seek advice directly from your lender or mortgage broker before applying so that you do not incur any unnecessary valuation or solicitors' costs. There's more information here.
Right-to-buy, right-to-acquire and voluntary purchase grant leaseholders
When you buy under one of these schemes you receive a discount on the purchase price.
If you sell within three years of the date you bought your home, you are obliged by law to pay back all or part of the discount – all of it if you sell in the first year, one third in the second year, and one third if you sell within three years.
If you sell after three years you do not have to pay back any discount. If you experience a delay in selling your home, tell us as soon as possible and we will recalculate the time since you bought and adjust the amount you need to repay accordingly. Your solicitor will need information from us before the sale. It will take some time to collect this, so you should ask your solicitor to write as early as possible.
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