Buying a house without spouse

Spouses must therefore agree on how to deal with the property in order to share it financially. With a few exceptions, each spouse can manage their own assets without having to ask the other for permission to do certain transactions. Most banks and savings banks rarely grant a loan without a spouse. The coexistence or the search for a substitute accommodation would not remain without considerable consequences for him (or protected persons like children). Even without a marriage contract, the assets of both partners do not turn into an amorphous mass after the wedding.

Buy a family house! May my husband pay it himself?

Buy a family house! May my husband pay it himself?

Hello, I just have a little dilemma that really bothers me. He has a great job for over 6 years and has been working in the manufactory for almost 20 years. Since I still have a few claims from my previous marriage, which I could not settle yet, I have the fear – if the marriage is not permanent – that I’m with some demands in it, and I do not want it, besides I have no income.

Now the bank advisor was already there twice and every time he wants me.

Now the bank advisor was already there twice and every time he wants me.

needs my Schufa information and also my signature …. An apartment is great, but I prefer a nice rental home or a nice vacation home …. I also know that it fails my Schufa information …. My husband wants to buy a house, but I want to stay out of it.

We, now both flirting with our own house, have done that too … .. as a compromise we have moved to a larger housing unit, which has another bedroom and where it would not be an obstacle to have another 2nd child, even if it would be comparatively narrow again ….

But we would not have to pile up like in the old apartment … because I would rather pay 100 more rents and still have the chance to save something, than to invest all the savings that are there in a house and every month a different kind of Pay, of which in the end is nothing more than to put something aside ….

even if I was to get my grandmother’s house after her death, which is her will, we would have to calculate a lot with the age and state of health of the house and think about whether we could lift it … clear, if the little ones for the most part the purchase price waived, etc,

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