|Has anyone used a professional marketing firm for recruitment?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Marti Major (marti.majorgenetics.utah.edu)|
|Date: Fri, 1 Nov 1996 12:57:30 -0600|
Hi, I'm new at this. Please welcome me and pardon my uninitiated manner if it should offend. So here's my plea for help from the CoHo community. Has anyone successfully used a professional real estate marketing firm? If you have, what was it like? Cost, results, recommendations... I am writing you from the "Wasatch Front" here in Salt Lake City, Utah. Congratulations to us, we just closed on our property yesterday, Oct.31, 1996. We bought 4.5 acres for our community of 26 units and one common house. At this time we have federal tax credits to develop 5 low income housing units for 5 "lease to own homes". In addition for the funds to build those 5, we have 12 seemingly heavily committed households. We need 9 more households before March 1997. We might end up building in phases, but we would like to avoid that. We've had a tough time recruiting because we are in a very very very conservative region. We need help finding those who are interested, and financially able to do cohousing. We need to find families and households looking for new homes and INTERESTED IN COMMUNITY, and WILLING TO DO SOMETHING INNOVATIVE. Marketing our projects seems to be one place the network should be able to support individual projects through shared experiences. Anyone interested in engaging in a long drawn out chat on marketing cohousing issues should dive right in.
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