Yes, you can. Current homeowners can decide to fractionalise their holiday home and list it on the Kō platform.
In a nutshell, we are looking for luxury holiday homes in the Asia Pacific area. Turnkey homes that sit unutilised for a large portion of the year, and whose owners are ready to start benefitting from the co-ownership model.
These are some of the requirements of a Kō home:
That is up to you, but we ask each property owner to offer at least 4 of the 8 shares (50%) within the first year. You can base the decision on factors like current home usage – i.e. sell back what you don’t use.
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