Friends band together to get first homes

For those who can’t afford to purchase a property on their own at today’s prices, buying with a friend or sibling is becoming an increasingly popular option.

3rd June, 2006

For those who can’t afford to purchase a property on their own at today’s prices, buying with a friend or sibling is becoming an increasingly popular option.

‘‘Joint buying happens when you have someone who can’t get on the property ladder on their own,” said Stephen Rafferty, managing director of Lisney Financial Services. ‘‘They have a friend who is in the same position so they decide to buy together. I’m seeing...

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