Buying property through shared equity

Shared equity agreements make it easier to buy property by allowing an equity partner, to contribute some of the deposit or purchasing price and the equity partner is repaid in the future or when the property sells.

Equity agreements can be accessed from:

·State governments

·Non-profit organizations

·For-profit lenders

·Private individuals

If your property rises in value, your equity party will receive a fair portion of the value when you sell the property or sometime after you have purchased the property.

If your property is in negative equity, you could end up owing your equity partner more than property’s value, depending on your agreement.

If you need to speak to a property strategist, contact us @propertyloans@realrenta.com and we will put you in touch with Jamie Doman, our strategist partner.

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Jason Gwerder
Thursday, 20 February 2020

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