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Would you like to Co-BuyWithMe?


Would you like to Co-BuyWithMe?

Gone are the days when first time buyers were all newlyweds, or owning a second home overseas was the domain of the rich and famous - thanks to Co-BuyWithMe.co.nz the property market is now accessible to a lot more people wanting to get on the property ladder.

Co-BuyWithMe.co.nz is New Zealand's first and only property Co-Buying website.

New Zealand has experienced continual appreciation in property prices with the average property price being six times the average income which has left many first time buyers and property investors unable to get a foot on the property ladder.

Co-BuyWithMe.co.nz is pioneering the new era in the house buying process by providing an online platform for people to literally search for their perfect mortgage-buddy online. Completely free to use, budding property co-buyers simply register and search the database for a co-buyer who matches their requirements. Once a potential co-buyer has been found, contact can be made via the websites anonymous email facility to discuss the possibility of co-buying together.

Co-BuyWithMe.co.nz was the brainchild of Theo Michaels. Having struggled to get on the property ladder himself for a number of years, Theo eventually co-bought his first flat in London with two other co-buyers and later co-bought a property Overseas with six other co-buyers (only two of whom he knew!) Theo became increasingly aware that many others were struggling to find co-buyers.

Theo says "I soon discovered that a quite a few friends wanted to co-buy to get on the property ladder or wanted to invest in overseas property but were struggling to find likeminded co-buyers - it was at this point Co-BuyWithMe.co.nz was born, with increasing property prices co-buying for some is the only option available."

Originally started by Theo & his brother Stephan Michaels in the UK, Co-BuyWithMe.conz is now an international solution to a global problem. So, as the dawn of a new era in home buying emerges - looking for someone to co-buy a property with couldn't be simpler thanks to www.Co-BuyWithMe.co.nz

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