It's now almost two years since Orbit and the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) published the influential Shared Ownership 2.0 - Towards a fourth mainstream tenure report.
We argued that with the right policy interventions we could double the number of new shared ownership homes from 15,000 to 30,000 a year by 2021, and in turn provide 13% of the new homes the UK needs.
Since then, we have seen shared ownership go from strength to strength, including a commitment of £4.1bn investment by government to deliver 135,000 shared ownership homes by 2021.
Drawing on market analysis and expert advice, our latest report takes stock of where we are now and highlights opportunities for the future. It also reveals findings from an exclusive poll showing that awareness and understanding of shared ownership is higher than other government home ownership products.
Increasingly, the picture of shared ownership moving into the mainstream is getting brighter.