Affordable Housing : Clawback

Smart

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Sorry if already asked - did a search and nothing (I think).

Anyway - bought on the AH scheme in 2006/7. Its time to move on. Does anyone know/have experience with how the clawback actually works?

I had assumed that it would only apply should the house be sold for a profit on the price originally paid, but speaking to the council, she was very coy on this and wouldn't give me a straight answer.

I would be shocked, and delighted, if we did get a higher price than we paid, especially given how much we have invested in the place in the last few years.

Any input appreciated :)
 

Steve holland

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Hi i saw your post from 2018. Im now looking at selling and have tried to get some info from DCC with no luck at all. They tell me there maybe a clawback but after a month asking they dont give me an answer.

Did you sell and what happened

Thanks and hope you can help
 

vandriver

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Hi i saw your post from 2018. Im now looking at selling and have tried to get some info from DCC with no luck at all. They tell me there maybe a clawback but after a month asking they dont give me an answer.

Did you sell and what happened

Thanks and hope you can help
3 bits of info needed ..
Purchase price,original valuation,sale price/valuation now.And date of purchase.
 

dshakey

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I sold mine.

Quick summary. If affordable housing is under 10 years. Council will get 100% of profit. You will get back capital you paid off mortgage.

If property is under the 20 years you get back a small precentage of profits. 10% for each year over ten years.

If did it again i would not do a afford housing. Great you get a property and home but in 10 years when it has out grown your needs, you becoming second time buyer with no equity in ur Property
 
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