Should you help your children climb the property ladder?

Jan 03, 2020
Whether you think it's necessary or not - you should be starting to think about your children's future in property. Source: Getty.

Assisting your adult kids with a property purchase shouldn’t be a quick decision, even if you’re excited about the prospect of them getting on the property ladder. Speaking to friends or family members who’ve already gifted or loaned money to a loved one will help you get some perspective.

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Have you gifted or loaned money to a loved one for a property purchase? Did it work out well for your family?

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