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Selling your home

Whether you are a leaseholder who owns 100% of your home, or a shared owner who owns a proportion of your home, there are certain rules which you will need to follow.

Selling your leasehold home

You can sell your leasehold home at any time for any reason.

Your lease normally contains a clause that says you must give us notice in writing within one month of selling your home. The notice must give us the date of the sale and the details of the new owner.

You must also pay us a reasonable fee for registering the new details. Your solicitor will normally deal with this.

Selling your shared ownership home

If you want to sell your shared ownership home, we have a dedicated resales team to guide you through the process.

You can sell your share at any time after you have completed your purchase.


For more information, visit the Resales section of our website or contact our Resales Team:

Phone: 0800 432 0077
Email: customer.services@a2dominion.co.uk

Property certificates

Before your property goes on sale you will need to provide an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). This tells you how energy efficient your home is on a scale of 'A' to 'G', with 'A' being the most energy efficient and 'G' being the least, with the average up to now being 'D'.

For more information about EPCs, visit the Government's website.

Before your property goes on sale you will need to provide an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). This tells you how energy efficient your home is on a scale of 'A' to 'G', with 'A' being the most energy efficient and 'G' being the least, with the average up to now being 'D'.

For more information about EPCs, visit the Government's website.

The National Housing Building Council (NHBC) is the UK’s leading provider of warranty and insurance for new homes. The NHBC’s standards are regarded as the definitive standards for new home construction and conversion in the UK, and have been developed over many years. NHBC carry out inspections at key stages of a home's construction, which is an important tool in helping to reduce the number of problems in new homes.

The NHBC will issue a certificate following completion of a new home to confirm it meets these standards. The certificate will usually be passed to the solicitors that dealt with the first purchase of the property.

If you do not have the NHBC certificate for your home, you can request a replacement from NHBC directly by calling 0844 6331 000. Please note, they may charge you for this service.

Fenestration Self-Assessment (FENSA) certificates act as evidence to show that window installation work has been self-certified as complying with Building Regulations.

If you would like to request a copy of the FENSA certificate for your home, please email us at leasehold@a2dominion.co.uk, with your address or agreement reference number in the subject line. Please note, if we do not hold a copy of your FENSA certificate on file, you will need to request this from FENSA directly.

A certificate of compliance is a document that is required by the Land Registry to confirm that all the covenants of the lease have been complied with.

If you think you may require a Certificate of Compliance you must first check Land Registry to confirm if there is a restriction on the Title Register to be complied with. If there is a restriction email our leasehold team at leasehold@a2dominion.co.uk putting your address/agreement reference in the subject title and providing the relevant excerpt relating to the restriction. This is usually something that will be dealt with by your solicitor. Fees apply.

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