Q: My brother and I want to buy a napa investment property together, but he is able to invest more than I can. Can we own different percentages of the property?

by | Jun 12, 2024 | Q&A, Title and Deeds |

A: Yes, you can! In California, two individuals can take title to real property as tenants-in-common, and in whichever percentages the owners agree on. For example, your brother could own an 80% interest as a tenant-in-common while you own a 20% interest as a tenant-in-common.