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

If you are a shared owner, you must tell us if you want to sell your shared ownership home.

If you own 100% of your home, you need to tell us once you've sold it.

You must tell us if you sell your home. Most leases require that you tell us within 1 month of the sale going through. Your solicitor will usually do this as part of the sales process. They'll send us a notice of transfer. It must include the date of the sale and the details of the new owner.

We must register these details and we charge an administration fee for the time it takes us to do this.

Check our administration fees

Information packs for your buyer

When you sell your home, your buyer's solicitor will need a number of documents related to the leasehold.

Your solicitor will ask us for them, and we'll prepare a solicitor's information pack.

View fees for solicitor's information packs

If you are a shared owner, you must tell us if you want to sell your shared ownership home.

If you own 100% of your home, you need to tell us once you've sold it.

If you have shared ownership of your home, you'll need to sell it through us. Our resales team will guide you through the process.

Find out more about reselling your property