You may not be offered the property for one of the following reasons:
Yes. You will be given an opportunity to view the property and decide whether you would like to accept it.
You will not normally be penalised for refusing a property that you have been offered and will still be able to express interest in properties that become available. However if you are in one of the priority Bands your banding may be reassessed.
You should contact the landlord to discuss if you can't attend viewings. If you don't turn up without informing us your application may be suspended for a 6 month period.
You may be asked to pay between 1 and 4 weeks rent in advance.
Information about homes that have been successfully let or purchased through shared ownership is published. We tell you the number of applicants that expressed an interest in each property, the band and the registration date of each property. To see the results of properties that have been let click property search.
It will give you a better idea of how popular a particular property or area is and how long you would normally have to wait. You can then decide whether to look for other types of property or areas where you may not have to wait as long.
You will normally have to provide your own carpets and appliances.