We understand that if you’ve lived in your home for a while, you may want to buy it so you can make it feel even more like home. Government legislations means you may be able to buy your property with a discount, depending on how long you have been a customer.
Right to Buy is a Government scheme designed to allow customers of a social landlord to buy their home at a discounted rate. This does not apply to Housing Association tenants, which means that many Trafford Housing Trust customers won’t have the right to buy.
If you are a customer who was previously with Trafford Borough Council and have remained a Trafford Housing Trust tenant with no break in your tenancy, then you will have a ‘Preserved Right to Buy’. Homes particularly suitable for elderly residents can’t be purchased.
The Right to Acquire is a Government scheme, which lets Housing Association customers buy their home at a discounted rate.
If you’re an eligible Trafford Housing Trust customer, you could be entitled to claim a flat-rate of £10,000 off the market value of their home. To apply, you need to have been a customer of a housing association, the armed services or an NHS Foundation Trust for at least three years.
We are a Living Wage funding champion
Funding Champion Award for dedication to the real Living Wage
Northern Housing Awards WINNER 2019
The Greater Manchester Homes Partnership won 'Best Initiative for Tackling Homelessness' at the Northern Housing Awards 2019.
Mental Health Awareness Week
Mental Health Awareness Week 2019: How we think and feel about our bodies.
THT launches Colleague Awards 2019
Trafford Housing Trust invests £60k in Flixton community project
Trafford Housing Trust invests £60k in Flixton community project through Social Investment Fund
L&Q in talks to acquire THT and bring £4bln new investment to the NW
L&Q to invest £4 billion to create 20,000 new homes in the North West through proposed acquisition of THT