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Discover more about the South East and the houses for sale in the South East we have available.

As one of the leading housing associations in the UK, Platform has a number of developments across the country in key regions including the South East.

The South East is arguably the most popular region in the country for homebuyers, home to major counties including Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey amongst others. 

The region is recognised as an economic powerhouse, largely driven by its proximity to London, and is incredibly popular with commuters to the capital that want to live in more green surroundings. 

Here at Platform, we specialise in helping buyers seeking houses for sale in the South East through affordable home ownership schemes such as shared ownership.

Since you can buy a new build house in the South East with just a 5% deposit on your share, shared ownership in the South East is a much more affordable alternative to buying outright.

Below you can explore all of the shared ownership houses for sale in the South East and learn more about why places such as Oxford, Reading or Brighton may be ideal for you.

Shared Ownership Homes in the South East

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Why buy a house in the South East

If you’re considering buying a house in the South East, we have a range of information about the area to help you make your decision. 

A major benefit of living in the South East is being so close to London and the knock-on effects that presents. That said, the region itself has a number of major historical landmarks and areas of outstanding natural beauty that you might not find in the capital.

The South East is home to some of the best restaurants in world - including The Fat Duck and Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons - often nestled amongst beautiful landscapes or hidden down the backstreets of stunning medieval cities such as Oxford.

If you’re looking for something a bit more modern, cities such as Brighton are much more forward-thinking and have a thriving creative scene that supports exciting career opportunities. 

As one of the most popular regions in the UK and essentially the neighbour of London, it’s no surprise that the price of new homes in the South East have risen significantly over the last decade.

Houses for sale in the South East have risen in price by around 74% - translating to £167,000 - since 2013. This makes it the most expensive housing market excluding London, rising quickly when it was already higher than many other regions. 

That said, many of these markets contain beautiful properties full of character and despite higher prices, they’re still exceptionally desirable - ideal if you’re buying through an affordable homeownership scheme.

Read our Oxfordshire Guide

Learn more about Oxfordshire and why this always popular region is ideal for those seeking Shared Ownership houses in the South East.

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