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Moving home

Co-op Homes does not keep a housing waiting list so if you would like to move into one of our properties, you will need to apply to join the housing register of the local authority area you are interested in living in.

Opportunities for transfer for our existing tenants are very infrequent as very few properties become available for letting each year and the majority of these are offered first to the Local Authority to help house those in most housing need. We advise our tenants to register on their Local Authority's Housing Register if they are in need of housing transfer.

We highly recommend that residents consider mutual exchange as this is the quickest and most effective means of housing transfer.  Mutual Exchange means you can "swap" properties with someone who lives in a Co-op Homes property, a housing co-op property, another housing association or local authority home.

If you're interested in registering for a mutual exchange, please register at www.HomeSwapper.co.uk or contact us for more information. Please note that if you are a member of one of our co-ops you should register your landlord as "Co-op Homes" as the subscription for this service is in our name. If you encounter any difficulties please ask one of our customer advisers for assistance.