Shared ownership sales
Profits from sales pass £1bn mark but rise just 3% as proportion of housing associations’ net surpluses.
RPs’ sales proceeds set to increase further in 2015/16.
Sales rebound in the last year but London increase is slower than rest of country.
Some of the UK’s biggest housing groups boosted their first tranche shared ownership sales by more than 1000 per cent in 2012/13, exclusive research by Social Housing has found.
Boost to cross-subsidy comes with increased risks
How easy is it to price up local market rent levels? Some areas lack sufficient data.
Diversified income growth dwarfs rise in total housing association revenue, Social Housing analysis reveals.
Open market and property sales increased by nearly 40 per cent.
Thirty-four social landlords are already generating a fifth of their turnover from non-core income
Open market and property sales across the most diversified housing associations rose by 75 per cent in 12 months, according to research by Social Housing.