By Ryan Kohli | 26 February 2021
The right to buy has secured home ownership for nearly two million people who would not otherwise have been able to achieve it.
The regime, introduced by the Thatcher government in the Housing Acts of the 1980s, has proved so popular that it has depleted local authority housing stock across the country. Having exercised the right to buy, new leasehold homeowners have been presented with unexpected challenges.
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