How is co-buying different from other home purchases?

The home-buying process and the institution of homeownership cater to two groups:

  1. Married couples
  2. Individuals

This approach worked fifty years ago, but it’s outdated. This year co-buyers will account for nearly 25% of all home purchases in the U.S. The real estate industry, financial institutions, legal frameworks, and tax regimes have failed to adapt.

For co-buyers, most aspects of planning, purchasing, and owning a home are unique:

  • Logistics
  • Consensus
  • Financing
  • Ownership structure
  • Day-to-day management
  • Risks
  • Transfer or sale

The lack of framework and support for co-buying adds friction, costs, and uncertainty. We know, we’ve been there. For many folks, this creates a barrier to homeownership and wealth creation. We’re here to fix that.

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