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Co-buying & Co-owning a Home 2024 Report

Home co-ownership with friends, relatives, and partners is off the charts. Dive into the latest data and trends in Co-buying & Co-owning a Home 2024 Report.

Co-buying & Co-owning a Home 2023 Report

Home co-ownership involving friends, family, and couples is rising. Co-buyers account for 26.7% of all home purchases, and 53 million people live in co-owned homes.

Do Better: Wise Co-owners Avoid These 5 Flashpoints

Own a home with friends, family, or your partner? Learn which flashpoints to steer clear of in shared homeownership to minimize costs, stress, and risk.

How to Co-own a Home with an Unmarried Partner

Unmarried couples can co-own homes, but they need to be strategic. Learn how to protect yourself and de-risk your investment.

The Ultimate Guide to Shared Homeownership

We drop our latest field notes to help co-owners build wealth, make memories, and feel good doing it.

Co-ownership 101: How to Achieve a Happy Ending

Every co-ownership arrangement eventually ends through sale, transfer, or death. Failure to plan is silly. Here's how to avoid sticky situations.

Co-ownership 101: A Roadmap to Better Returns

Over 50 million U.S. folks co-own a home, but most treat co-ownership as a one-off investment decision. What are they missing?

Excellent Documentation is Co-owners' Best F*****g Bet!

69% of co-owners want help with documentation and record-keeping. But outdated tools won't cut it. Here’s how to protect, build wealth, and maximize ROI in co-ownership.

Should you form an LLC to co-buy a home?

Forming an LLC to co-buy and co-own property has implications for financing, accounting, taxes, and legal. We break it down and talk to the experts.

Homeownership Hack: Team Up to Get More House

Teaming up to co-buy and co-own a home with friends or family cuts costs by 41%, and the financial benefits don’t stop there.

Interview: when friends buy a home together

What if teaming up with a friend made it possible to buy your own place and pay your own mortgage? We talked to Amber and Nate—two friends who saw the opportunity and made it happen.

So you wanna buy a home with family members?

For our family, the decision to buy and own a home together was easy. The rest was not. Here are the questions we should have asked ourselves.
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