Find out about our homes for sale

We always have properties for sale, either from our current portfolio or new builds – and we’re building lots more new homes each year.

We put our profits back into affordable housing, helping us to make London a city of opportunity for all. This money also helps to support the community services we provide.

Shared Ownership Home

Shared Ownership and private sale

We help first-time buyers through Shared Ownership as well as offering properties on the open market for private purchasers throughout London and the Home Counties. Register your interest to be invited to  a property viewing.

Peabody New Homes website

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Right to Buy

Find out about the Right to Buy scheme and see who’s eligible.

Right to Buy

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Right to Acquire

Find out more about the Right to Acquire scheme for housing association tenants.

Right to Acquire

More information on buying a Peabody home:

Shared Ownership

Can I resell my Shared Ownership home?

You can resell your Shared Ownership home at any time. Under the terms of your lease, Peabody has eight weeks to find a buyer. If you own 100% of your home, you can sell directly via an estate agent.

Find out more about selling your Shared Ownership home.

What is staircasing?

Staircasing is the process of buying more shares in a Shared Ownership home. If you buy more shares in your current home, you’ll pay less rent. Ultimately, you can staircase up to 100% and own your property outright.

Find out more about staircasing.

Your lease

How can I extend my lease?

To find out how to extend your lease see our New Homes site. Extending your lease means you’ll avoid difficulties if you want to sell or re-mortgage a property with a lease below 80 years.

Equity loans

When can I repay my equity loan from Peabody?

You can repay the loan at any time, but you must repay it if you wish to sell the property. For more information email or call 020 3478 9875 (option 3). 

Buying your Peabody home

Right to Buy

Tenants who have spent a certain length of time in their property may be able to buy their home at a price lower than the full market value.

To find out more see Right to Buy.

Right to Acquire

  • Similar to Social HomeBuy, the Right to Acquire government scheme enables some tenants to buy their home, though the qualifying criteria varies.
    To find out more see Right to Acquire

Applications can be made via