is a type of Registered Social Landlord.
A body of trustees or company that is established for the purposes of providing, building, improving or managing, or facilitating, or encouraging the construction or improvement of, housing accommodation. It does not trade for profit. Anyone wanting help with housing puts his or her name down on the housing association list which acts in the same manner as council house lists.
A non-profit making organisation established to provide housing for those unable to obtain their own. Housing associations have largely taken over local authorities' responsibilities for the long term housing of people with special needs.
otherwise known as registered social landlords (RSLs), housing associations are non-profit making organisations set up to improve the provision of housing in a particular area through rental and ownership schemes.
A non-profit making body that lets you buy a percentage share of a property, and pay rent on the remainder.
This describes non-profit landlords providing housing to people in housing need. Housing Associations registered with the Housing Corporation are also called Registered Social Landlords (RSLs).
a non-profit making organization managed by a voluntary committee to provide low cost housing
a not for profit group providing affordable homes, and is registered with a government body - which body depends upon the country
a not-for-profit organisation whose main purpose is to provide high quality, well managed homes for rent to people who need them
a registered social housing landlord
Non profit making body who can assist in the homebuying process perhaps by taking a share of the property to be bought.
Non profit landlords providing housing to people in housing need. Housing Associations registered with the Housing Corporation are given the official title – Registered Social Landlords (RSLs).
A not for profit organisation providing social housing and run by a voluntary committee. They improve properties and build new homes, mainly for rent although some also provide homes for sale through special scheme s to help people on lower incomes who wish to become homeowners. They are run as businesses but they do not trade for profit. Any surplus is ploughed back into the organisation to maintain existing homes and to help finance new ones. For an index of housing association s visit http:// www.housingnet.co.uk/social/tbp.htm
A society, a body of trustees or a company which does not trade for profit and whose purpose is to provide, manage or construct housing accommodation.
A non-profit making voluntary body formed to provide social housing. Associations registered with the Housing Corporation are known as Registered Social Landlords (RSLs).
A non-profit making organisation committed to meeting specific housing needs.
A non-profit making body which lets you buy a percentage of the property and pay rent on the rest.
Housing associations in the United Kingdom are independent not-for-profit bodies that provide low cost "social housing" for people in housing need. Any trading surplus is used to maintain existing homes and to help finance new ones. They are now the United Kingdom's major providers of new homes for rent, while many also run shared ownership schemes to help people who cannot afford to buy their own homes outright.