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gen z money

property series: buying a house with others (with guest John Pidgeon)


You don't have to go into the property game alone, bring a friend or family member! In this episode John Pidgeon, co-host of my millennial money and my millennial property, joins Azaria for the final chapter of the property series, talking about:👉🏽the difference between buying as a married couple vs de facto couple👉🏻splitting mortgage repayments between those who buy together👉whether you can access first home buyer concessions if the other party has already accessed those👉🏿whose name goes on the title and how you can protect your ownership of the property👉🏽the importance of getting legal advice around buying a property with someone else👉🏻how to wrap up the arrangement if it ever comes time to end the agreement and move on👉🏾things to consider before pressing go - is buying together going to be the best thing for your relationship with this person?
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Episode 11

Season 3

by SYMO interactive