Buying your home
You may love your Coast & Country home so much that you’d like to buy it. Well did you know that you might be able to?
Buying your Coast & Country home is a really attractive option for many people thanks to the substantial discounts that are often available. For more information, you can download our useful guide to buying you home, which explains the process in more detail and answers some common questions.
You can also give us a call on 01642 771300 to get more details. If you decide you’d like to go for it, complete the application form and send it back to us at:
Coast & Country Housing
14 Ennis Square
You can find out more information by visiting www.direct.gov.uk/righttobuy.
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There have been instances where Coast & Country customers who have claimed the Preserved Right to Buy have been approached by representatives of an insurance/loan company who have offered assistance and services in connection with their application. These representatives have on occasions given the impression that they operate with the backing of Coast & Country. This is not the case and these people are not Company officials nor do they represent the Company. Please remember that advice regarding mortgages and insurance is often available free from banks and building societies.
If you are approached by a person or company offering to help you buy your home, check out what’s in it for them and talk to us before signing up to any deal. Sometimes, customers are asked to pay a lot of money for things that Coast & Country will do free of charge – for example, Right to Buy application forms are available free.
If you need advice on any aspect of the Right to Buy/Right to Acquire scheme, contact Esther Limon on 01642 771343 or email firstname.lastname@example.org at Coast & Country first. We can provide the application forms and assistance in completing them and also put you in touch with reputable independent financial advisors who will carry out a free of charge financial assessment.
You can get free advice on the Government's Right to Buy website.