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Co-buying puts you into a home today.
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Owning a home does not have to be a solitary venture. It is possible to co-own a home with family members or friends in order to share the burdens of homeownership, both financial and otherwise. Co-ownership is a home buying strategy when two or more people purchase a property and agree to share ownership.
KEY NEED TO KNOW
Must be eligible for a mortgage
You don't have to be married
Combine income and credit
Joint owned property is any property held in the name of two or more parties, like husband and wife, or business partners, friends, or family members.
The risks of joint owned property are the potential for financial issues with partial ownership of a property, like one party wanting to sell their share.
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