Your third party mates, located below, are service providers that can help support you on your co-ownership journey.
Whether you and your mate have matched and are ready to buy, or, you are doing your research before completing your match, these providers make up important parts of the purchasing process.
Mortgage Mates believes, that whilst you are using an innovative way to buy your home, you should still have the opportunity to choose the Finance, Real Estate and Legal advisors that meet your needs and requirements. Mortgage Mates have included information on a number of providers- allowing you to make the choice most suitable for your circumstances.
Ideal if you are looking to share the purchase price of a home, while keeping control of your individual finances.
Struggling to get your foot up on the property ladder? Pool your resources with friends or family and your combined borrowing power could help you buy the perfect home.
You can get a better home loan when you search, choose and settle online.
Co-ownership or property share investment loans allow you to buy real estate at a much lower cost but get legal advice before buying with a friend.
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A service to assist co-owners to purchase real-estate together by arranging a co-ownership agreement and a letter of legal advice.
Don't buy a property with a friend *or* partner until you do your Agreement.
Net Lawman fractional ownership agreements do not try to enforce a single owner as proprietor, but rather allow a comprehensive, considered arrangement.