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WE’RE BUYING SECOND HOMES

Sell to Pacaso for a premium

Are you using your second home less than 16 weeks each year? Right-size your ownership and sell all (or part) of your home to Pacaso. Yes, you read that correctly! Our fully-managed LLC co-ownership program makes it possible to sell ownership interest in your home, ranging from 50% to 100%.

We are looking for high-quality, turnkey homes in second-home markets. Find out if your home qualifies!

Sell us your wow-worthy home

We buy high-end, turnkey homes in top second home destinations.

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    Get top dollar

    Through curated marketing efforts and an increased buyer pool, we enable sellers to get the most value out of their homes.

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    Right-size your ownership

    Not ready to leave? Keep the amount of ownership that’s right for you, from ⅛ to ½, and tap into your home’s liquidity.

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    Reduce the hassle

    When you sell us part of your home, we manage it and you simply enjoy it. With a dedicated service team, we make second home co-ownership easy and headache free.

What makes a Pacaso?

Chart Pacaso requirements

Pacaso's are single-family homes with a “wow” factor – the thing of dreams and social posts. Ideal homes are a mix of luxury and liveability, and offer amenities like pools, beach access or views. The homes are move-in ready and don’t need major repairs. They’re in regional second home markets, a doable drive from major metro areas. Most buyer demand is for homes two to three times higher than the area’s median home value.

meet jay

Pacaso's first selldown owner

"We just didn’t like the idea of the home sitting empty and we don’t want to give it up. A home this special is something that should be shared."

Seller FAQs

  • Why would I sell part of my home to Pacaso?

  • How does the home sale and purchase process work?

  • What work is needed to prep for a sale?

  • How do you find buyers to purchase shares in my home?

  • How are prospective owners evaluated?

  • What happens to my furniture when I sell part of my home?