Co-buy real estate with family, friends, love interests, or investors. To help protect your purchase, we have nationwide agents, lenders, and real estate attorneys to help draft your co-buyer legal agreement.


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Many co-ownership scenarios exist:

  • Multi-generational purchases are on the rise! Because it works. 
  • Parents and grandparents co-own with children and grandchildren.
  • Siblings who wish to purchase property to live together or for rental purposes
  • Friends or like-minded buyers who want to combine their resources to be more competitive.
  • Divorced parents who want to co-buy a small condo near their grandchildren. 
  • Single parents looking to share a home with similar parents to access certain communities.
  • A couple who are not married but want to co-own together and want a co-ownership contract.
  • Investors who want to purchase together to house hack or just as an investment.
  • Single people who want to co-buy and co-own because they are tired of renting.

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Network access to:

  • Experienced co-owner real estate agents
  • Lender options to help you through the process
  • Buy Junto Advocate to make sure you are treated right.
  • I need a legal referral to prepare your co-buyer agreement.
  • Background checks for co-buyers (fee-associated)
  • Legal advisory services for more complex agreements such as trusts, LLC's, etc. (referral to real estate attorneys recommended per state). 
  • Exclusive discounts for a variety of products and services

You can join the community for free by simply completing the registration process and developing a profile. We encourage you to bring your own partner and allow us to provide the process to protect your mutual interests.

As we add more investor members, we will offer the option of working with a verified network member. However, with your current partner, we highly recommend you utilize our background check and complete a co-buyer agreement, which has very valuable language to help protect your interest.

Our free co-buyer resources provide support for our co-buyers. A real estate attorney will develop your co-buyer agreement, including provisions to help plan for events such as job loss, an early sale, and much more.

Buying real estate is a serious investment, and we want to guide you through the process with all the right tools to help you protect your investment.

Your partnership's length is up to you. You and your partner(s) can agree to whatever time period works best for your partnership goals.

Buying investment property, renting it out, or flipping the property can be difficult for one buyer, but two or four motivated and vetted members reduce the risk and investment. Our real estate agents can guide you through the process.
Absolutely! We encourage families, friends, and acquaintances to join together to participate in the co-buying process.

We understand it can be awkward to ask people you know to undergo important background checks and sign legal agreements, but since it is part of the process, the ask is much easier. We got you.

And as for exit strategies, we are here to help prepare you for potential challenges during your co-ownership.
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Friends Are Buying Homes Together – The Mortgage Note

Friends Are Buying Homes Together – The Mortgage Note


According to a recent survey by JW Surety Bonds, nearly 15% of Americans have co-purchased a home with a person other than their romantic partner and another 48% would consider it.

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A free informational event discussing co-owner legal agreements will be held in Denver, Colorado, on Wednesday, September 6, 2023. Register at

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What Needs To Be Included In A Contract For A Co-Buyer Agreement? 

What Needs To Be Included In a Contract For a Co-Buyer Agreement? 

Source: This content is provided courtesy of  Legalty. Note, Buy Junto and Legalty are separate businesses. 

When you imagined yourself buying a home, did you think you would do it the most common way – on your own, or getting married and purchasing it with your spouse? 

If you have something entirely different in mind and plan on buying a house with a sibling, your parents, extended family or a group of your friends, you’re joining a rapidly growing group willing to embark on a significant financial obligation that involves sharing the financial and maintenance responsibilities of owning a home. 

If this is something that you’re considering, an attorney can help guide you through all the elements that a co-owner agreement for a property includes. 

There’s no doubt that purchasing a home with multiple buyers makes the process much more affordable for each of the parties involved. But there is more to consider when buying a property than the financial aspects, and an experienced attorney can walk you through the most concerning aspects. 

Here are just a few: Taking title in the deed – When you purchase a home, you need to know how the title is to be prepared. Deeds describe who the owners of a property are, what the property is, how much it was sold for and whether there are any warranties or special conditions involved in the purchase. 

Married couples are the only type of buyers who are able to take title as a tenant by the entirety. For all other co-buyers, the only options are being tenants in common (which can have unequal shares) or joint tenants with rights of survivorship (in which co-owners have an equal interest and if one dies, the ownership gets split equally between all other surviving co-owners). 

It’s important to know that tenants in common can have unequal shares and each have their own legal title, which means that each owner is also able to dissolve the tenancy in common and sell their share. Responsibilities – Multiple owners may each have differing levels of interest in a property’s maintenance or level of responsibility to one another. 

A co-buyer agreement should include specific language regarding mortgage, tax and insurance payments, property maintenance expenses, and the process of pursuing potential sales. There is no doubt that becoming a co-buyer has many potential advantages, but that does not mean that you should rush into it without the guidance of an experienced attorney.

Once you meet with one of our real estate brokers and determine your co-buy plan, then working with the lender to get pre-qualified would be next.  After the lending process is complete,  we would connect you to the a recommended legal co-buyer preferred attorney, although you are free to choose an attorney of your own,  who can help you develop your co-buyer agreement.  

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