Joint Agency

This is when you have instructed more than one estate agent to market your property. This can sometimes mean that you are paying higher commission fees because they are not your sole...

Joint Tenancy

A form of co-ownership that gives each tenant equal interest and equal rights in the property including the right of survivorship. This means that if one owner dies the other automatically becomes the sole owner irrespective of whether a will had been made which...

Joint Venture

Where two or more parties decide to join for a particular activity. This can be to share resources assets or capital although is also widely used where parties bring different things to the venture. For example a Joint Venture maybe started where one party has the...