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Co-ownership Makes Your Dream Home Affordable
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Did you know that there are over 2 million co-owned vacation homes in the US? It is one of the most common ways to make second homes affordable and accessible. Here are three Plum clients sharing their experiences with co-ownership, and how Plum helped make it possible.
Recruits Beach Group
Jenn wanted a beach home,
so she recruited a group of
co-owners to buy one.
Friends Form Group to
Buy Mountain Home
The Mathiases partnered with
3 other families to co-own the
mountain home of their dreams.
Sibling Harmony in
Inherited Lake Home
Katy and her siblings inherited
a lake home and turned to
Plum to make co-ownership easy
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Frequently Asked Questions
In the simplest language, what does Plum do?
We help people form co-ownership groups and help them get Realtor Ready™ by solving all of the hard things upfront (building the right legal agreements, agreeing to house rules, setting up the budget, understanding the maintenance schedule, and fairly allocating vacation days).
Once the group has bought a vacation home together, we make it easy to manage that property with maintenance schedules, concierge services, vacation scheduling, streamlining the finances (including the reserve fund!), and we even offer dispute resolution for that occasional disagreement about whether to buy that hot tub!
What does "co-owning" a vacation home mean?
Co-owning a vacation home refers to a situation in which two or more people jointly own and share the use of a vacation property. This can be a cost-effective way for individuals or families to purchase and enjoy a vacation home, as it allows them to share the costs and responsibilities of ownership.
Co-ownership arrangements can vary widely, but some common features include:
- Joint ownership: Co-owners hold legal ownership of the property together and may be listed on the title or deed as co-owners.
- Shared use: Co-owners typically agree on a schedule or schedule in advance to determine when each person or group has access to the property.
- Expense sharing: Co-owners may divide the costs of owning and maintaining the property, such as mortgage payments, property taxes, insurance, and repairs.
- Decision-making: Co-owners may need to come to a consensus on major decisions related to the property, such as renovations or selling the property.
Plum Co-ownership helps co-owners have a clear understanding of their rights and responsibilities as co-owners, and to create a written agreement in place outlining the terms of their co-ownership arrangement. This can help to prevent misunderstandings or disputes and ensure that the co-ownership arrangement runs smoothly.