If you’re interested in learning more about the Right to Buy scheme, or would like to know how you can apply to buy your home through the scheme then you can call the helpline and you will find a member of staff ready to answer any questions you might have.
Right to Buy
The Right to Buy scheme is a Government incentive that allows you to buy your council/housing association home at a price that has been discounted. You are able to apply if you have already been in a public sector or council home for three years, as long as you don’t share your house with other people. If you have been threatened in the past with eviction, if you have large debts or if you have been declared bankrupt then you will not be eligible for the scheme. You’ll also find that this is the case if your home has already been reserved for the elderly or disabled, or if there is a shortage of housing in your area.
Right to Buy Helpline
If you need to contact the Right to Buy helpline then you should call the number above and you will be put in touch with a customer services representative who can discuss all issues regarding the Right to Buy scheme with you, including any general enquiries that you might have for them and any issues that you might have encountered while using the service.
To find whether or not you are eligible for the Right to Buy scheme you can call the helpline on the number above and someone will be able to talk to you about all of the criteria that you have to meet to be able to apply for help from the Right to Buy scheme. You can also raise any issues that you might have about the criteria that judges eligibility and the team will help you to come to terms with these criteria
If you’re interested in finding out more about your options for funding regarding the Right to Buy scheme, then by calling the number listed above you will be able to discuss all of these options and make a decision about what will best suit you, as well as being able to find out all of the options for funding and question any issues you have with the options.
If you would like help applying for the Right to Buy scheme, and want to find out more about what the application comprises of as well as discussing your application with someone and finding out how viable your application would be, then you can call the number listed above and talk to a customer services representative about applying for Right to Buy.
Advice and Help
If you need any advice or help regarding the Right to Buy scheme, and would like to learn more about what it can offer you and how you can use it in regard to your own situation, then you can call the number above. Here, someone will be available to talk to you about anything you might want to know, including advice on discussing your application with your landlord and finding help to fill out the applications that are involved.
Find a Solicitor
You might need to find a solicitor to help you during the process of applying for the Right to Buy scheme, and by calling the helpline they will be more than happy to help you find a solicitor that will be able to represent you through the process and ensure that you receive the right kind of deal for you and your situation. If you call the number above you will be able to get help finding the perfect solicitor, as well as being able to talk to someone who can describe to you the kind of features you will want in your solicitor for your situation.
If you have a complaint to make about the Right to Buy service, you can call the helpline on the number above and a member of staff will be able to register your complaint and make sure that any issues you have had will be solved by the team so that you are left satisfied by the experience.
Right to Buy Helpline Opening Hours
|Right to Buy||Opening Hours|
|Head Office||Monday to Friday, 8am until 6pm|
|Eligibility||Monday to Friday, 8am until 6pm|
|Funding Options||Monday to Friday, 8am until 6pm|
|Applications||Monday to Friday, 8am until 6pm|
|Advice and Help||Monday to Friday, 8am until 6pm|
|Find a Solicitor||Monday to Friday, 8am until 6pm|
|Complaints||Monday to Friday, 8am until 6pm|