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Useful Links

There are many organisations that offer detailed advice which can help you with housing, money matters and more personal support. We've carefully selected the links below to offer pointers in the right direction to find out more on housing and housing-related information.

Complete our online application to buy a home from Metropolitan.
Homes For Londoners
The Homes for Londoners property search tool is a way to find a home to buy or rent in London.
To get details on the Help to Buy equity loan scheme and find out who your local Help to Buy Agent is (for buyers outside of London).
London's Help to Buy Agent, offering information on Help to Buy in the capital, as a well as a property information form for when you reserve your Help to Buy home and are seeking authority to proceed.
The website for The Homes and Communities agency, the national housing and regeneration agency, who fund and regulate housing outside of London.

The Mayor of London and Greater London Authority website.

Money Advice Service
An independent service, set up by government to help people make the most of their money, the Money Advice Service give free, unbiased money advice to everyone across the UK – online, over the phone and face to face. 
Metropolitan work with StepChange, a debt charity who provide free independent and impartial advice to customers who might be in financial difficulty.  They also have a handy online Debt Remedy tool. So stop worrying about money matters and do something about it today.
The place to find government services and information.
The Financial Conduct Authority, who regulate financial service in the U.K., including the mortgage market.
Metropolitan's corporate and residents' website.
The National Housing Federation (NHF) represents 1400 independent, not-for-profit housing associations in England and is the voice of affordable housing.
The body for Housing professionals, find out about current reports in Housing, training and professional development and standards.
The Citizens Advice service helps people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing free information and advice from over 3,000 locations, and by influencing policymakers.
Homelessness charity that runs a housing helpline, has a network of housing aid centres, and works with local citizens advice bureaus.
Support for women trying to escape domestic violence.
The lesbian, gay and bi-sexual charity who campaign against homophobia and for equality and diversity.
Provide impartial information and advice and have a network of advice centres in the UK specifically designed to help people take action to reduce CO2 emissions.
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The register for accessible housing UK-wide.
Mortgage advocates for people with disabilities.
The Leasehold Advisory Service is a Non Departmental Public Body (NDPB) funded by Government to provide free advice on the law affecting residential leasehold property in England and Wales.
Right to Buy
If you’ve been a council or housing association tenant for 5 years or more, now might be the perfect time to think about buying your home through Right to Buy, which offers a discount on the value of your home. 

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