|Re: RE: Contractor's insurance - HELP!||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: MartyR707 (MartyR707aol.com)|
|Date: Sun, 24 Aug 1997 13:09:47 -0500|
Marci, Thanks for your thoughts. We are doing basically the same thing. We are developers now (LLC), will be a homeowners assoc after move-in. What we are looking for is NAMES OF INSURANCE COMPANIES that insured your contractor, and a contact person and phone number. We are passing this info to our contractor so he can find less expensive insurance and not charge us extra. We thought insurance companies that had worked with cohousing would be a good source. So far we have received no such names. Does anyone out there have some insurance company resources for us? Thanks much-- Marty Roberts, Two Acre Wood, Sebastopol, CA In a message dated 8/23/97 6:50:22 PM, SoDance [at] classic.msn.com (Marci Malinowycz) wrote: >To find out about the construction insurance history for my community, Puget >Ridge Cohousing in Seattle, which is a condo with an owner's association, I've > >inquired of the member most likely to know about how this went for us. He said > >that our situation was different. > >We were a nonprofit organization while in development phase, selling the >finished units to our members who then were members of the owner's association > >upon move-in. > >Also, he thought that the differences in laws from state to state would maybe >make it not so useful to compare your situation to that from another state >than yours. > >Good luck to you. > >-- Marci Malinowycz
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