When joint owners of properties fight

A property investment can lead to a deadlock so long as one of the owners refuses to sell

A property sale requires the consent of all owners and this can become tricky if any of them refuses to sign on it. PHOTO: UNSPLASH
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SINGAPORE - Many people like to join forces to buy investment properties as it lets them fund the purchase collectively but you need to ensure you have an exit strategy before taking the plunge.

Whether the deal is with relatives or good friends, all of you need to know what happens if you or other buyers want to cash out.

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