What is tenancy in common? – David Reecher

A tenancy in common is a form of property ownership where two or more people, related or not, hold joint ownership of a home. Each owner’s name is on the title, and, unless there is a written agreement to the contrary, each owner is presumed to hold an equal, undivided interest in the entire property.

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