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Buying your own home

Having a disability should not in itself be a barrier to buying your own home, but you may find that you are faced with additional obstacles along the way.

The My Safe Home website offers specialist and independent information and advice to people with disabilities on all aspects of buying your own home.

The Help to buy website has information on schemes to help you buy a shared ownership property if you have a long term disability or if you are aged 55+.

The Help to Buy East & South East website has more information on these:

Other information and advice

The Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA) provide a database of financial advisors who specialise in giving advice on finances in later life, enabling you to plan ahead or to make the most of your money once you reach retirement and older age. All advisors on the database have to prove that they meet appropriate criteria and have the right qualifications before they are accredited by SOLLA.