1 in 3 Canadians are exploring alternative buying arrangements like co-ownership
While co-ownership and co-buying trends are on the rise, these buyers don’t fit into the traditional real estate transaction flow. Conventional financing doesn’t fit personal co-buying arrangements, legal co-living agreements are nascent and expensive to create, and mortgage protection insurance and secondary markets for exiting co-buyers do not exist. Collectively, these challenges create costly and time-consuming obstacles for homeownership through the co-buying model.
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