Yes, you might as well give the construction workers who built the home a share as well, and if you have a maid or nanny, then their name should be on the deed too.That is a sentence men use to fool women into not investing in their future. His money isn’t yours as if he divorces you, you’ll not get a penny. A woman can be married to a man for 40 yrs, cook, clean, look after his home and if a divorce happens, the house you’ve been maintaining all of these years will not be seen as something you have a share of. Marrying a man does not give women in Islamic law any sort of security as he can talaq you and overnight the years you put into making the house a home will not be counted.
Moral of the story, make sure you have your own savings, make sure to make sure your husband puts the house in your name as well. Many selfish men will have an issue with that, but how can you expect a woman to cook, look after, invest, put her money into a house she has no future in? You can decide to divorce her and she’ll be homeless overnight?