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Overview

If you want to buy a new build home from a housing association or local council but can't afford the total cost, you might be able to get help through the New Supply Shared Equity (NSSE) scheme.

The NSSE scheme is available across Scotland. It's open to first-time buyers and these priority access groups:

  • people aged 60 and over
  • social renters (people who rent from the council or a housing association)
  • disabled people
  • members of the armed forces
  • veterans who have left the armed forces within the past two years
  • widows, widowers and other partners of service personnel for up to two years after their partner lost their life while serving

The NSSE scheme is also available to people who have previously owned a home and have experienced a significant change in circumstances – for example, a marital breakdown.

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