Here at Tiffen we don’t want to give our clients masses of information and a list of rules that they need to do if they want to sell your house, ultimately it’s their house and we don’t want to overstep our mark!
One of the main selling points of our company is that we subscribe to the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) and they have produced a number of consumer guides which may be of interest.
One of these Consumer guides is titled “Property of buying guides- Buying with a partner”.
Moving in with your partner or buying a house together can seem like an exciting prospect. But few couples realise how risky their situation can be from a legal point of view. It’s outdated and surprising but unmarried couples are still not protected by the law in the same way married couples are, yet with today’s housing market more people are deciding to jointly buy property and share mortgage repayments. This allows people to pool their financial resources, but can also lead to problems if the relationship end for any reason.
Are you thinking of buying a house with your partner? Maybe take a quick look at this article which informs you about important and essential information you need to know before making that next step!