We've developed smart technology to modernize and simplify the decades-old practice of DIY co-ownership. Watch our video to learn how buyers become Pacaso owners.
Find your second home with Pacaso
Explore specially selected luxury homes in top destinations. We’ll help you every step of the way to find your perfect fit, and you decide what share of the property you’d like to own.
We create a limited company for each property, find qualified owners, and handle sales details. Upon completion, the co-owners own 100% of the home – Pacaso doesn’t retain any share.
We take care of furnishings, repairs, utilities and property management – you just show up and relax. Our app and SmartStay technology make arranging your stays easy and fair.
Browse our curated selection of wow-worthy listings – homes in the most desirable locations.
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Take the next step towards buying a holiday home. We can't wait to help you turn your dream into a reality, and we're here to support you with all you need to make it happen.
Do I really have ownership in the home?
Yes. Owning a Pacaso is true real estate ownership. You purchase a share in a property-specific LLC. The home is fully managed and designed specifically for co-ownership.
Can I finance my second home purchase?
Yes. We have integrated financing available to offer our buyers. You also are welcome to use other sources of capital such as home equity financing or cash.
How do I schedule time to use the home?
You book time using the Pacaso app, powered by our SmartStay™ scheduling system. It’s easy to use and equitable for owners, based on the number of shares you own. The system supports two types of stays: general and short-notice. General stays are scheduled 8 days to 24 months in advance, and each owner has access to a general stay that falls on a special date (e.g., federal holidays and popular local events). Short-notice stays are booked 2 to 7 days in advance of arrival. See additional scheduling FAQs for more details.
How is this different from a timeshare?
In most cases, timeshare owners are simply buying the right to use a unit in a hotel or resort for a set period of time each year. A timeshare is not true property ownership of a single-family residence, and it often comes with high fees, includes complex sales terms due to high supply volumes, and depreciates upon purchase.