Why not club together with friends or family to buy a holiday home in the sun?

A place to enjoy long holidays, for extended family to spend a weekend together, for grandparents to splash in the pool with the grandchildren, somewhere to enjoy with older kids who won’t come on family holidays any more.

A property abroad is a great way to spread some family wealth too, an investment to pass down through the generations. Yet with the costs split, you can own together for just a few thousand pounds.

Buying Abroad with Family suggests ways to raise the money. It includes legal advice from France, Spain, Italy and the USA. There are do’s and don’ts and some hilarious tales of how to get it right, and wrong!

Buying with family or friends can be a good way to spread the burden of buying an owning abroad too, as you share the legal and financial processes. And with the costs split you can own together for just a few thousand pounds each.

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The Buying Abroad with Family guide looks into:

  • Why buying with your family makes sense
  • How to finance the purchase
  • Organising legal ownership
  • Legal advice from local lawyers
  • How to get along!

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