We’re making it easier to buy a home with family, friends, or a partner.
With co-buying, less really is more
When you team up, you get more home for less money. We’re here to make it easier.
Whether it’s a connection to a local expert or help making a legal agreement, we’ve got you covered. Drop us a line and we’ll get you the resources you need.
Your path to buying a home together
We’ve broken down the process so you can proceed with clarity and confidence.
the first step
See what’s possible
Get to know the co-buying process and explore what you can do when you buy together.
Make a co-ownership plan
Answer a few basic questions and we’ll get you what you need to move forward.
See what you can afford together
Use our Co-Buy Calculator to estimate how much house you can afford now, and what you could earn over time.
The second step
Explore your mortgage options
Our mortgage partners are deeply knowledgeable and dedicated to getting you the right loan for your circumstances.
the third step
See homes with an experienced realtor
Every real estate agent in our partner network specializes in helping people navigate the nuances of co-ownership.
the fourth step
Make a co-ownership agreement
Discuss your co-ownership terms
Our Agreement 101 covers the fundamentals of co-ownership, so you can align on the most important parts of owning property together.
Draft your agreement
Use the Pairadime Agreement Builder to draft an agreement that an attorney can finalize.
“We now co-own a rental property and it was really easy. We just went to Pairadime and used their friendly online software to figure out the agreements. It stimulated conversation between us around the things that are important to us… and today’s the day we get the keys!”
Izzy and Evan, Port Alberni, BC
Not sure where to start?
Answer a few questions and get exactly what you need to move forward.
Realtors, how are you helping your co-buyers?
In 2020, more than 20% of home purchases were made by unmarried couples, family members, or friends. Give your clients the free tools they need to co-own successfully.