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What if you decide you want to buy a house with family members? Is that really allowed?
It is indeed allowed and possible to buy a property with a family member. There are pros and cons to this idea, but you will still need conveyancing solicitors to help you whether you are buying with family members, a partner, or on your own. One of the main positive notes on sharing the ownership of a property is the shared deposit. Often, it is the deposit that causes people problems and although they can technically afford a mortgage, without the deposit they cannot get on the housing ladder.
If the deposit is shared between a number of people who will all have an interest in the property, then it take the pressure off to find the large amount of money that could be needed. The same is true for any of the initial costs of purchasing a property and if you compare conveyancing fees then it could be even cheaper per person than you initially budgeted for. Another bonus is that you can obtain a bigger mortgage with a group than you would have been able to on your own. You can buy a larger house if required, or one in a better area, or nearer to good schools and that larger mortgage will be shared when it comes to repayments.
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