|RE: Sale/Resale and Continued Success of Community||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Rob Sandelin (robsanmicrosoft.com)|
|Date: Tue, 12 Jul 94 13:50 CDT|
Sandy Bodzin wrote: >I think that this topic has not been given enough thought. Since it has >been generally accepted that there is no legal way to influence who a >house is sold to (is this absolutely the case?) are there any kind of >incentives that can be established to encourage the kind of people >you're interested in attracting to move in while discouraging those that >you would not want. Is there any kind of neighberhood incorporation >that is legally binding? I remember reading somewhere (cohousing magazine perhaps?) about the Grell Cohousing groups ownership. They were able to control membership by mixing ownership between condominium and cooperative. As I recall you had to be approved by the cooperative to own a condominium - that is in order to buy into the condo you had to buy a share in the coop first, and they were able to write up bylaws which filtered who could buy a share in the coop. The rub is, I don't believe they have actually got a site so I am not sure if their legal work would actually pass muster, that is get approval from a bank. As for incentives to encourage and discourage I think a one page, clearly written handout explaining the cohousing concept and how it is applied in the particular case, along with the expections and responsibilities would be sufficient.
Sale/Resale and Continued Success of Community Sandy Bodzin, July 7 1994
- RE: Sale/Resale and Continued Success of Community Rob Sandelin, July 12 1994
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