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The answer to this question depends on what type of tenant or owner you are.

Most tenants don't have a right to buy the homes they rent from us. You might have if you're a housing association tenant.

You might have a right to buy your property. Under the government's Right to Buy scheme you could have:

  • A Preserved Right to Buy if you have a secure tenancy and live in one of the properties that we bought from the council after 31 March 1997
  • A Right to Acquire if you've been living in your home for more than 3 years and your home is eligible for buying.

For either one, the home you want to buy must be your main home.

Find out how much it could cost.

How to apply

  1. Check your eligibility on the Right to Buy website
  2. If you're eligible speak to a Right to Buy adviser to check if you can afford to buy your home
  3. Fill out the relevant application form on the Right to Buy website
  4. Print it out and send it to:
    Right to Buy
    A2Dominion
    113 Uxbridge Road
    Ealing 
    W5 5TL

We usually have up to 4 weeks to confirm if you have the Right to Buy and what you would have to pay to buy your home.

If you have any questions, please get in touch.

The Voluntary Right to Buy scheme

The government is currently running a pilot programme to extend the Right to Buy scheme to more housing association tenants.  

Check the Right to Buy website for updates on this scheme.

No, you don't have any right to buy your home.

No, you don't have any right to buy your home.

No, you don't have any right to buy your home.

Most tenants don't have a right to buy the homes they rent from us. You might have if you're a housing association tenant.

As a shared owner, you can buy more shares in your home.

No, you don't have any right to buy your home.

No, you don't have any right to buy your home.