About Us

This site is sponsored by Mortgage Warehouse Corporation who comprehensively source mortgages from across many mortgage providers. Not all mortgage providers are willing to lend on shared ownership properties or have restrictions.

We assist many Housing Associations with the affordability and criteria process carried out for all Shared Ownership applicants to check compliance to the scheme rules and that applicants are not over-committing themselves each month.

Some of the Housing Associations we deal with, can be contacted through our associations page. Mortgage Warehouse also offer advice on mortgages outside of shared ownership.

Make sure you can afford a mortgage before you commit. As the loan will be secured against your property, this means if you can't manage the repayments, you may lose your home.

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Mortgage Warehouse is a trading name of Mortgage Warehouse Corporation Limited, which is an appointed representative of Legal & General Partnership Services Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for advising on and arranging mortgages and insurance, broking and debt counselling of consumer credit agreements.

Each year we help hundreds of people who would otherwise be priced out of the market to get a foothold on the property ladder through Shared Ownership. For our customers, this means they can feel secure knowing that they will be dealing with a partner of the Housing Associations with an ethos where customers really do come first.

Mortgage Warehouse have an experienced and friendly mortgage team who will help you find the right mortgage for your needs, simplify the buying process for you, and an administration team whose sole purpose is to manage your application to completion whilst making the buying process as stress free as possible.

In and around London, we work alongside Notting Hill Home Ownership, Newlon, Hyde New Homes, and many others ensuring you fit the affordability & eligibility required to meet the scheme rules and you do not commit to more than you can afford.