Re: market for cohousing
From: Nancy Wight (wighthpwarr.wal.hp.com)
Date: Wed, 10 Nov 93 12:06 CST
> I have a question for as many people as are willing to reply.  How many of you
> actually know one or more people who you think would be seriously ready to
> consider committing to a cohousing community  and could afford to buy a unit,
> and some idea of the maximum those persons could afford?  (AND the people
> aren't already in a core group). The response NONE is as important or more
> important than yes, some number.
> 
> So - the question is - how many households do you know who you think would be
> seriously ready to consider committing to a cohousing community  and could
> afford to buy a unit, (AND the people aren't already in a core group) and some
> idea of the maximum those persons could afford?  
> 
> As you can guess, Monterey Cohousing is gearing up for recruitment, and we are
> also discussing what size (and cost) units people might afford.  I have a
> theory, but no data.
> 
>       JUDY
> 

Judy, does this mean that you have already planned and designed units but 
are looking for members? Or are you looking to design the units after you 
get more members?

- Nancy
New View Neighborhood Development
Acton, MA

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