Moving Home

Find a home

There are many ways to find a home through Futures

Affordable homes

We work with local councils to provide homes for people looking to move into affordable properties. The bidding process and housing waiting lists are run by the councils so Futures doesn't decide who gets priority for our homes.

Unlike many homes in the private rental sector, our affordable homes are rented out unfurnished. This is normal for housing association properties and usually means that there will be no carpets or floor coverings, no curtains or blinds, no furniture, and no white goods (cookers, fridges etc) in the kitchen - so you will need to arrange to have these fitted once you have moved in. We have a 'lettable standard' that explains what you can expect to find in your new home. 

Do you have a question about finding a home? Visit the Help Hub for more information:

Click here to access the Help Hub

Alternatively, click on the links below to find homes in:

What to do if you are homeless or at risk of being homeless

Your local council is responsible for supporting people with homelessness issues and have dedicated teams to help. Click the button below to find out how to contact your council.

Private homes

Our development team build and acquire amazing new homes throughout the East Midlands to rent, for sale and for shared ownership so you're sure to find a dream home whatever your budget. These are advertised through local estate agents and the major national websites that list homes for rent and for sale.

Swap your home

You can view and swap homes via HomeSwapper - one of the largest mutual exchange platforms in the UK with around half a million registered users.

There are conditions though. Generally you may exchange if:

  • The move does not lead to overcrowding or substantial under-occupation of a property.
  • You don't owe rent.
  • The other landlord has agreed to the exchange.
  • The exchange does not breach any planning regulations.
  • You get our permission in writing.
  • There is no ongoing legal action linked to your tenancy.
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