|100% Pre-Sold||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Mac Thomson (machappyvalley.com)|
|Date: Mon, 8 May 95 14:05 CDT|
It seems that in Cohousing there are differing opinions about most everything, except one. It seems that having 100% of the units pre-sold before construction is undisputedly a good thing. But how to do it? Some groups, like Pioneer Valley, have been fortunate and have achieved 100% pre-sold early on. While other Groups, Highline Crossing for instance, are well into construction and even move-in and still have a number of units to sell? What's the difference? Is it the market or the marketing? Or something else altogether? I'd love to see a discussion on this and hear some stories of successful membership recruitment and not-so-successful membership recruitment. * Mac Thomson San Juan Cohousing * Mac [at] HappyValley.com Durango, Colorado * * "Life is not a problem to be solved, * but a mystery to be lived." --Sent from HappyValley FirstClass BBS 904.246.9255
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