I wonder if anyone has any experience of this. I bought a shared ownership flat in Central(ish) London 4 years ago. I've had to sell it for various reasons and it was put on the market 7 months ago. The Housing Association were absolutely useless and took 4 months to even put it on the market due to the complexity of such tasks as putting photos of the property taken by myself, on a website. Once it was marketed, we found a buyer within a week. The whole process of getting to exchange then took a tedious 16 weeks again, due to the Housing Association being utterly **** with discrepancies in the lease and not knowing about basic stuff such as parking issues. This has resulted in the buyer pulling out last week leaving me paying rent and mortgage on a place I no longer live in. I am desperate to sell asap My options are now: selling it on the open market through a reputable estate agent who will market it aggressively for a comission of 1.5% of the total value, possibly getting a higher price for it OR alternatively, selling through the crappy HA for a comission of 1 % and risking them being **** again. If I accept the rate of the estate agents I'll be barely breaking even, I am however desperate to sell the flat. Mmmm. What to do? Has anyone any experience of this?