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Established in 1997 MySafeHome is the UK’s leading provider of help and support for disabled people who want to buy their own home. In the intervening years we’ve helped hundreds of people (with everything from mild learning difficulties through to complex mental and physical health needs) turn hopes into homes. A home of your own offers real security, together with the sort of independence that everyone deserves. Using our unique shared ownership model that’s just what we deliver. Here’s how it works. The potential buyer purchases a property of their choice in partnership with a Housing Association. This property can either be one that the Housing Association has developed or chosen from the open market. Often our buyers rely on benefits for much or all of their income and have little or no savings. Thanks to the work that we’ve done with our lenders and leading professionals in the disability sector this isn’t a problem. Existing benefits can cover all of the repayments for an interest only mortgage – meaning that the monthly cost to the homeowner is often FREE. Any care that they’re currently receiving can be transferred to their new home or they’re free to select a new Care Provider if they choose. The difference that home ownership makes to our buyers and their families is remarkable. We’ve just completed the production of our brand new DVD featuring exclusive interviews with a handful of the hundreds of people that have already become homeowners through us. It’s an inspirational and often moving depiction of how lives are changed through home ownership – something that has been out of the reach of many disabled people for far too long. For your free copy of this DVD, please email your name, address, email and contact number together with the name of your organisation (if appropriate) to

Where to Go

Venue address
1 Sycamore Court
Birmingham Road

When is it On?

Date & Time Information
Mon-Fri, 9.00 - 5.00pm

Other Details

Other Costs
The actual rate available will depend upon your circumstances. Ask for a personalised illustration.
Age Range
Supporting people with:
Long term health condition

Who to Contact

02476 402211
Last Updated: 06/12/2019