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Home Ownership: Who Benefits?

The list of people who could benefit from owning a home of their own is as diverse as the backgrounds and disabilities of those we’ve already helped. They include:

Buyers

  • Residents of care homes who’d like to live more independently
  • Those who currently live with parents or other relatives who’d like a home of their own, whilst remaining close to family and friends.
  • Younger adults looking to leave home or residential care for the first time.
  • Anyone living with older carers who are anxious about what will happen when they’re unable to provide the necessary support.
  • Individuals who have self directed support but need appropriate accommodation to match.
  • People who are currently living away from their ‘local’ area and wish to move closer to family and friends once more.

If you meet these criteria and are interested in exploring home ownership call us today on 02476 402211 to see if you may be eligible!

To find out more about the process involved in buying a home using this model please download a copy of a comprehensive MySafeHome Guide to Buying a Home of Your Own.

Download The Guide To Buying a Home Of Your Own (.pdf)

Local Authorities

Home ownership will help Local Authorities save money by cutting expensive residential care facilities costs. Savings in excess of £100,000 PER PERSON have been realised.

Most importantly of all however home ownership offers individuals a better quality of life together with a safer, more secure future.

For more information on the benefits of home ownership for people with long term disabilities to Local Authorities please download our report.

Download Information for Local Authorities (.pdf)

 

Care Providers

Supporting this model of home ownership will help care providers increase their client base, boosting profits (for those run as a purely commercial operation) or surplus (for those who operate on a 'not for profit' basis).

For more information on the benefits of home ownership for people with long term disabilities to Care Providers please download our report.

Download Information For Care Providers (.pdf)

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