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This will make the worth house and you will able to get the deserving price on your house. Transforming housing services is a journey that can be fascinating, difficult, exhilarating and hard work – sometimes all at once. And like any journey, a map and a clear knowledge of your direction are bound to make it easier.

One way that the Task Force can really help organizations at the beginning of the transferor Valuations Sydney process is by helping to clarify the goals, priorities, and direction for the new business. By helping shadow Boards and officers to project and visualize the way that the new company will work, plans can be put in place that will help you on your journey. Task Force advisers come from a range of backgrounds within the social housing world and have great experience of stock transfer and other housing transformations, and they can use this knowledge and experience to support you.

Caroline Keightley, an adviser in the East Region, is working with South Norfolk District Council to help define their goals and objectives for stock transfer. “Through a process called ‘visioning’, the shadow Board defined the success criteria for the transfer, which gave tenants reps, members, and officers a clear direction for their current work. Then the point will come which says that whether to sell your house or want to add more profit in the house. Then you have to decide that what is your decision regarding your house.


The visioning day helps people really focus on what they want to achieve, and to develop short-term and long-term plans.” To find out more about this free support service, please speak to your Task Force adviser. Since the Task Force was established a year ago, our advisers have worked with over 100 local authorities and RSLs across the country. With a year’s experience behind us, we have been talking to the organizations with whom we’ve worked, to look at the benefits that they have identified from having this support.