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For some reason I had it in my head that the goverment was promoting shared ownership schemes. As in you team up with someone else to own half a house.

Problem is I can't seem to find any material on this anywhere... I'm starting to wonder if they are simply using the term shared ownership in relation to shared equity schemes.

Has anyone spotted any government stuff promoting FTB's teaming up together to buy places? If so can you post the links so I can review them?

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Not quite, the bank actually owns the property; and you.

Careful, while that may be the effect in reality, later today no doubt a pedant will post to explain that the property is, in most cases, merely the security that you provide in return for the nice chunk of dosh the lender has advanced to enable you to purchase your "dream home".

Why are they all "dream homes" anyway?

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