My Fiancee Wants Me to Change My Property Ownership to His Name After Marriage, Should I Agree?

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I graduated at 20 and was fortunate to get a job where I was paid a good amount monthly, I am the last child of my parents and all my elder ones are doing very well financially so I have very little financial obligations leaving me with extra cash every month.

At my work place, real estate agents came and brief us about land and building investment issues and how we could pay in installments for lands and houses and I agreed to do it. It took me 2 years to finish the payment and now I have a large building with twelve 3-room and 2-room apartments which I rented out and yielding returns regularly.

I am now 28 years old and about to get married in few months time. My fiancee and I had a date two Sundays ago where we discussed and opened up about ourselves and our secrets and that was when I told him I have a house with 12 tenants in it and I could tell from his expression that he was surprised. He then told me he has no house yet but working towards it.

He has a car, lives in a rented apartment of 3- rooms and a parlour and is comfortable but why am writing this to you is that yesterday night he called on the phone and before we ended the call he requested that after marriage the deed of my house should be transferred to his name, the account number to pay house rent should be his that is how a woman should be under a man.

I found his request strange and told myself that this cannot be possible. But at the same time I didn’t want to sound rude or “feminist” to him so I just told him let me consider it.

We have only done family introductions but if I am going to get married to him how do I convince him that it is not possible to do what he’s asking for which is to transfer the ownership of my hard earned property to him, or what do you think? Should I accept his request so as to really show him that I love him?”.

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mohammed Yusuf Hassan
mohammed Yusuf Hassan

Yes why not